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					ADAMS, WILLIAM/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 127 (1812)                             Mispillion

        "...one dwelling house 36 feet front and 20 back & in midling repairs..."

        $50.00 annuel value

ADAMS, WILLIAM/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 127 (1812)                                Mispillion

       "...one small dwelling house one Story & a half high 16 feet long and 12 back, one Shop 27 feet in front
and 14 back, one old Cook house and old Smoke house, the dwelling house and Shop in midling Repairs..."

        $60.00 annuel value

ADAMS, WILLIAM/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 127 (1812)                                    Mispillion

        "...one dwelling house one Story 30 feet in front and 14 back in midling repair..."

        $40.00 annuel value

ADAMS, WILLIAM/ELIZABETH/ANN/SARAH/LEVIN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 239 (1806)                          Mispillion

        "...an old frame dwelling House intirely out of Repair, and an old frame Store House going down and log
Stable in reasonable Repair, an old Smoke house and old Granery intirely out of Repair..."

        $60.00 annuel Rent

ALFORD, WILLIAM/WILLIAM/ANN/MARY/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 225-226 (1806)

         "...one dwelling house one Story & half high 2 Rooms upon the Lower floor and 3 on the upper floor, 26
feet by 18 and one Kitchen Joining the same, 16 by 18 well finished, one good Carriage house and one old Smoke
house, and one Old Stable...one loged Corn Crib built...the yard Inclosed with pailing and post and railing..."
         £33/15 per year

        "...the dwelling house to have one Sill Spliced..."

ALLEE, ABRAHAM/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 219 (1789)                                  Duck Creek

         "...sawed loged dwelling house 30 by 21 feet in middling repair except the stairs which we order to be
repaired and 2 dormant window to be taken away and one 6 light window to be put in the north end, and 20 pains
of Glass to be put in the windows which are broken out, the roof to be repaired about the corner chimney one
porch to be made and some repairs over the door - One scalped loged Kitchen 21 by 19 feet with an entry about 9
feet in bad repair which we order to have some new Joists put in with some little repairs - 2 hewed loged corn cribs
with a wagon house to be repaired with a few new logs - one scalped loged smoke house in good repair - one
small granery in midling repair with a log shed - one sawed loged store house 10 by 16 feet to be weatherboarded
and painted..."

        £100 per year

ALLEE, JONATHAN/ABRAHAM (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 97-98 (1785)                              Duck Creek

        "...70 acres is now Cleared...an old hewed Logged Granery in bad Repair...A Logged Corn Crib and
Stable in Middling Repair...Salt Marsh adjoining Bombay Hook..."

       £30 per Year
       "...the Granery be new Cilled and well underpinned with Brick The floor Repaired and the outside Weather
Boarded..."



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ALLEE, JOHNATHAN/ABRAHAM (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 310 (1790)                               Duck Creek

       "...one hughed log Granery about 18 feet by 16 feet in good Repair, one Corn Crib. 18 feet by 6 feet in
good repair 2 old Stables in bad repair...Salt Marsh adjoining Bombay Hook..."

        £30 Annual Value

        "...a brick house about 42 feet by 22 feet in good Repair except about 15 panes of Glass with a brick
Kitchen adjoining 22 feet by 18 feet in good Repair also a Small hughed log kitchen with an outside chimney in
good repair..."

        £23/6/8 per Year

ALSTON, SARAH/RACHEL (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 222 (1782)                                   Little Creek

        "...90 Acres about 60 of which is Tilable Land under Midling Good fence..."

        "...a Small Scalped Log House with an Oak Roof and earthen floor..."

        £15 Specie per year

ALSTON, THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 214 (1788)                                 Little Creek

       "...a Log House with two Rooms and two Brick chimneys and an Oak Roof all in Midling repair, Also one
Corn Crib with a new Roof in good repair..."

        £20 annual value

ARTHUR, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 38 (1775)

         "...one Dwelling House 43 feet by 18 feet which we order to be Repaired in the following manner that is to
say 29 lights of Glass put in the windows, also to be Covered with Ceder Shingls, we find one Barn 25 feet by 20
which we also order to Covered with Oak Shingles and the Corners of the Same to be Sawed down and Boxed up
with pine Board, one Kitchen in good repair one grainery one Corn Crib one Smoke House all in Good Repair and
one Brick Oven in Good Repair One Apple Orchard in good Repair, we also find the fencing all good Repair..."

        £27 per year

ARTHURS, ROBERT/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) B-pp. 181-182 (1772)

       "...one good dwelling house and Kitchen maet house grainery and Corn house and Cheer house all in
Good repair..."

        "...one midling Good loged Barn a Little out of Repair with a shed at one End..."

       "...repair the sd Barn and Build a Shed at the other End of the Same Dementions of the Other Shed at the
Other End of the Barn..."

         "...fences in Midling repair and if any fences Want repairing...Take the fences from the devision of 3 Small
lotts near the Orchard and make such Repairs..."

        "...Cut any Green Timber Except Under Saplings...to make the aforesaid shed and repair the Barn..."

        yearly value




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BANNINE, JOHN/SARAH/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 203 (1796)                             Dover

        "...the Cellar-way to be Repaired, and some Glass Valued per Annum at :60..."

        "...the wooden part of the Dwelling House, under Silled round the under pinning Repaired, the
weatherboarding Repaired, and a new floor. - the Back part the Cellar-way repaired & new Cellar Door the Cellar
windows repaired, Door frames Repaired, Glass for the windows, Smoke House new roofed the door & Bricks
repaired, the Barn wants weatherboarding repaired..."

        "...Valued at £60..."

        "...Needs a new Corn Crib, smoke house new silled, and Roofed. The Dwelling House a new Cellar door,
Door frames and the floor repaired Glass for the windows Barn Needs Silling, Weather-boarding and Roofing..."

        "...Valued at £3..."

Murderkill
        "...The Dwelling House Needs the Weatherboarding & Windows repaired a new Smoke House and Corn
Crib Valued at £40..."

Dover
       "...dwelling house Framed 2 Rooms on the floor one Needs new Roof & weatherboarding, a small Smoke
House 10 by 12 Valued at £25..."

Mispillion
         "...a 2 Story framed Dwelling House...Needs the Sills Repaired underpinning repaired, Windows and
Shutters repaired, Glass for the windows new Smoke House 10 by 12. Barn wants new Silling and the weather
boarding Repaired underpinning repaired a new Corn Cribb when wanten 18 by 6 Valued at £30..."

        "...one Story Houses Joining the large one, wants the underpinning Repaired, the Middle frame, under
pinning, weatherboarding and Roofing Doors Windows wants to be done, the end frame wants, underpinning,
repaired. weather boards repaired and new Roof, doors and Windows, Valued at £30..."

         "...Dwelling House new Sill Sleepers & lower floor, underpinning repaired, Glass for the windows, new
Roof If Needed...Smoke House Roof...New Corn Crib, Barn wants new Sills, weatherboarding and a new
Roof...and new Blocking underneath Valued per annum at £40..."

BANNING, PHINEAS/NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 201 (1805)

        "...500 pannels of worm fence in bad repair..."

        £6 annuel Rent

BARBER, ABRAHAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 245-246 (1782)                         Mutherkill

       "...60 Acres of Clared Land under Good fence on the premises an Old Log Dwelling house wanting 7 or 8
new Logs anew Roof an abrick Chimney an old Round Log barn wanting also 5 or 6 new Logs in the place of
These which by a Small Leak in the Roof is quite decayed and Renders the barn useless..."

       "...70 Acres of clared Land under Good fence...a Good new Dwelling house wanting a new Lower floor
and a pen of New Hew'd Logs for a barn..."

        £15 per Annum

        £18 per Annum

          "...The Roof Wanting on the pen of Logs on the Lower Plantation to compleat the barn and the new Lower
floor to the dwelling House the Several New Logs Roof and Chimney..."
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BARBER, JOHN/ANN/MARTHA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 280 (1807)

         "...one dwelling house of logs one Story 20 by 16 feet, one Cook house 18 by 16 feet, one Stable 12 by 16
feet, 2 Corn Cribbs one 4 by 16 feet...one Smoke house 10 by 12 feet...all the above Buildings are but in midling
repair, the fencing thereon in good Repair..."

        £35 or $93.33 annual value

BARBER, JOSEPH/RACHEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 88 (1803)

        "...windows of the dwelling House be Glazed, one door be cased, and some filling in with Brick be done in
the Entry...Kitchen be moved to the East end of the dwelling House, and that the roof thereof be covered with Oak
Shingles, and a brick Chimney be built therein...a Corn Crib 16 feet in length and 6 or 7 feet in bredth of logs and
covered with Oak Shingles be built...a Smoke of Skelped logs 10 feet by 12 be built and covered oak Shingles..."

        £18 yearly Rent

BARNETT, MOSES (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 38 (1775)

        "...one Log dwelling House 18 feet Long and 16 feet wide in Good Repair, one old House not worth
Repairing we find one old Hous in a small feald not worth repairing one small feald whare the old Hous Stands on
in Bad repair...the fence at the south side of the Plantation to be Straighted..."

        £18 per year

BARNETT, MOSES/MARY/SARAH/MOSES/THOMAS/RACHEL/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 254 (1797)

        "...one hugh'd log dweling house, about 21 foot by 18 plank floor above and below brick chimney, 2 glass
windows much broken, oak roughf and leaky one old corn house about 15 foot by 7 in very bad order, one old
stable 12 foot by 15 in bad repair...one other log house with clay chimney, about 18 foot by 16, oak roughf with an
earthen floor, in bad repair..."

        "...value at 35 bushels of good merchantable wheat, and 120 bushels of good merchantable corn..."

BARNS, JOHN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 128 (1770)                              Little Creek

        "...Brick Mansion House, Demolished by fire, the Walls not greatly Injured, One Small frame Dwelling
house in Midling Repair, One Brick Kitchen adjoining the Ruins, One other Logg house also in Middling Repair,
and Tan house and Yard much out of Repair Especially for want of Weather Boarding the house...Fencing greatly
Out of Repair..."

        yearly value £30

       "...Necessary Repairs Such as weather Boarding the Tanhouse Putting and Maintaining the Fencing in
good Tenantable Repair..."

BARNS, JOHN/JOHN/WILLIAM/STEPHEN (K.C.O.CT.) B-73, 74 (1768) Little Creek and Duck Creek

       "...a good Two Story Brick Dwelling House Some what out of Repair an old Log-House Tan House and
Tanyard Very much Decayed and altogether unfit for use, but the Plantation itself almost without Fences and
untenantable..."

        "...yearly value £25..."

        "...on which old School House Place there is no Dwelling House or other House or Building whatsoever..."

        "...on the Said New School House Place, a Small Log Dwelling House and Fences upon both the Said
Places in Tenantable Repair..."
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           "...yearly value £12..."

           "...in the forrest of Duck Creek..."

           "...a Small Log House and fences in Tenantable Repair..."

           "...yearly value £14..."

BARNS, STEPHEN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 183 (1772)                                 Little Creek

         "...the old School house place...one log'd Dwelling house one Corn house and the fences in Very Bad
repair...Clear any Woodland...Within fences...for Repairing the fences..."
         yearly value £8

           "...the new Schoolhouse place...one log'd Dwelling house and fences in Good Tenantable Repair..."
           yearly value £8

BARNS, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 173 (1772)                         Little Creek

       "...Walls of a large Brick house one Brick Kitchen in good repair one old fraimed House one Log'd Dwelling
House one Small meat House one Tanhouse and Tanyard Much Decaid and out of repair..."

      "...with ole fences and untenantable we order that the log'd Dwelling House aforesaid shall Be well
Weather Borded..."

           "...there shall Be a (Slabed) Loged Barn But with a shingled rough and planck four Twenty feet by Twenty
feet..."

           yearly value £30

BARRY, JAMES/HANNAH/JOHN HAMILTON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 234
     Dover

           "...a Frame dwelling house...a Kitchen, Shop, Smoke house & milk house in bad repair..."

           $50.00 per year

        "...the dwelling house required a new Roof, the back passage door a sill and facing the porch to be
repaired the weatherboarding of the dwelling house to be repaired, and also the Board fence..."

BARTLETT, ELIJAH/HENRIETTA/GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) E-pp, 129-130 (1794)                         Duck Creek

        "...one hewed Logg'd house 20 by 18 feet with plank floors Good Chimney and Breast works and Stairs,
an addition of Hewed Loggs covered in with Oak Shingles, good chimney floors...to be built...one Corn Crib in bad
repair one Stable and one Carriage House both in bad repair...one other House with oak Shingles roof, one
framed shed at one end with Seder Shingles on the same both in midling repair..."

           £30 per year

BARWICK, SOLOMON/SOLOMON (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 86 (1811)

         "...One dwelling house 22 by 20 feet in bad repair, one shed adjoining the same 10 by 20 in very bad
repair and which we allow to be covered with oak shingles. - one Kitchen 20 by 18 in very bad repair, which we
allow to be covered and Gable ends weatherboarded one stable & Corn house under one roof 18 by 16 in
tolerable repair - one old out house of log 16 by 14 in bad repair...1600 pannels of fence in bad repair, one log
smoke house 10 by 12 we allow to be built..."

           $70.00 per year
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BARWICK, SOLOMON/SOLOMON/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 3 (1807)
        "...the fencing thereon in bad repair...one dwelling house 24 feet by 20, and old Room adjoining 20 feet by
16 in bad repair one other old loged house 16 feet square in bad repair, one old Smoke house 10 feet square in
bad repair, one old loged Corn cribb and Stable 20 feet by 16..."

        "...to do sundry repairs..."

        $80.00 per annum

BETTS, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 279 (1790)
        "...one dwelling house seventeen and half feet by 16 feet. hughed logs one room below Stairs plastered
and Wash boards one Window with 12 sash lights and glass therein one Shutter and pair of Winding Stairs and
one Window above Stairs with 4 sash lights and but one pain of Glass therein and covered with feather edged Oak
Shingles and plank floors above and below and inside brick Chimney in Midling repair and addition to the dwelling
house 12 feet square hughed loggs and sealed with pine plank 2 Windows with 8 sash lights in each Window with
glass therein (excepting 2 lights) covered with feather edge Oak shingles plank floors above and below in midling
repair. An old Kitchen - not Worth repairing, a smoak house hughed loggs 10 feet square covered with oak
clabborards in Midling repair, a corn house 15-1/2 feet by 5 feet hughed loggs covered with feather edge oak
shingles in Middling repair And a Stable 19 feet by 12 hughed logg covered With oak clabboard in good repair..."

        "...166 pannels of fence in good repair, 223 pannels in Midling repair 407 in indifferent repair..."
        "...137 pannells in good repair and 196 pannells in indifferent repair..."
        "...354 pannel of fence in Midling repair..."
        "...from the time of the Said William Betts death to this time at £12/10 and from this time £15 (annually)..."
        £3 annually
        £4/10 annually

BLACK, STEPHEN/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 139 (1795)
        "...One old hewn Log dwelling House 20 feet by 16, with an old shed at one side, one old Do 16 by 14
earthen floor old Clapboard roof one old log barn with an old shed Granery at one end, one old frame Milk House,
and old corn crib...1000 Pannels of but indifferent fence..."

        £30/10 Annual sum

        "...to repair the first mentioned dwelling House, and build a new corn crib and a new Smoke House, and
likewise a new Stable 20 feet by 12..."

BLACK, STEPHEN/REBECCA/MARIAM (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 306 (1791) Mispillion

        "...one Logged dwelling house about 16 feet Square hewed Loggs clapboard Ruff Earthing floor, Said
House nearly new one hughed log barn about 20 feet square one half the floor well laid with plan a Shead Granary
to one end of Said barn booth barn and Shead in good repair nearly new...1000 panels of fence in good Repair..."

        £10 in Specie per Annum

BLACKISTON, BENJAMIN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 152 (1788) Duck Creek

        "...one Brick dwelling House, 35 feet by 20, one Quarter, One Granary, one Corn Crib, One Stable..."

BLACKISTON, BENJAMIN/JAMES                (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 92 (1802) Duck Creek

         "...the mansion House...be new Roofed with oak Clapboards and have new Sills, back and hearth mended
- that the old House...be moved and set at the End of the mansion House...that the Smoke House...be also moved
near the mansion House - that a new frame Barn 24 feet in length and 20 feet in breadth be built & roofed and
weather boarded with oak Clapboards and ceiled inside to a sufficient height to hold wheat or other grain and that
a new well be dug and walled up with Brick..."

        £80 annuel Rent
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BLACKISTON, BENJAMIN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 83 (1803)                                      Duck Creek
        "...a frame dwelling house about 36 feet by 18 feet divided into 3 Rooms with 2 brick Chimnies and 3 fire
places with breast work in good order, the whole of the House in Plaistered and in good order, except some small
breaches in the Plaistering, four doors in good order 4 windows below with Sashes and Shutters except the half of
a Shutter wanting, the house weatherboarded with pine in good repair, Cedar Roof in but bad order, 4 Dorman
windows in the Roof want repairing a Cellar under the whole house in good order, the Cellar door and windows in
Repair--one loged Kitchen about 20 feet by 18 feet Brick Chimney oak roof and weatherboarded in tolerable order,
two doors and floor above, - One hen house about 10 feet square oak roof and in tolerable repair, - one loged out
house about 18 by 16 feet oak roof in tolerable order, weatherboarded with oak, wants repair two floors two doors,
one brick Chimney, - Brick draw well, Brick oven ought to be covered, one loged Granery about 15 feet square
good floor and door and part of a floor above, oak roof in repair, on one side of Granery a Carriage House and on
the other a Corn Crib both weatherboarded with pine Board in repair, oak roof in repair...One loged Stable about
18 feet by 14 feet in bad repair, wants half a roof new door and some logs...cover the South side of the dwelling
house with Cedar Shingles, to build a porch at the front door...to build a corn crib of Scalped logs 18 feet by 8 feet
and 8 feet Story covered covered with Oak Shingles, to build a smoke house of hewed or Scalped Logs 12 feet
square and 10 feet Story to be covered with Oak Shingles to repair the window and put Glass in them..."

        £90 annuel Rent
Duck Creek
        "...Brick House...18 feet front and 30 feet back two story high good floor above and below, good doors
good Cedar roof the windows and Shutters in tolerable repair a Celler under the whole doors in but bad repair the
House below all in one room, and in two above...one log smoke house about 16 feet square covered with pine
boards..."
        £50 annual Rent

BLACKISTON, GEORGE/EBENEZAR (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 90 (1785)                                    Duck Creek
        "...250 acres of Cleared land...all under good fencin With one Dwelling hous 30 feet by 20 two Story high
with two Roombs on each flour a good kitchen ageoyning the same, one Smoak hous, One Negro Quarter, three
Stables, two Corn houses one Shee hous, all in good repair..."

        "...one dwelling Hous and Kitchen the hous 20 by 18 feet..."

        £150 Specie a year

BLACKISTON, GEORGE/EBENEZER (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 269-270 (1783)                             Duck Creek
         "...260 Acres 200 of which is Clared Land...the fencing in Good Repair..."
         "...one Dwelling house 2 Story High 28 feet by 20, 2 brick Chimneys Cedar Roof Pine weather boarding
one Room to Plaister one Kitchen Adjoining 20 feet Square brick Chimney one Story High 2 Smoak Houses one
brick the Other Wood the Latter in bad Repair 2 Corn Houses one New the Other Old the old one is in bad Repair
2 Stables 18 feet Square one Granery 12 feet by 14 one (Chaire) House one Small Milk House one Negro Quarter
20 feet Square brick Chimney all in Good Repair Except the Houses above mentioned..."
         "...one dwelling House 20 by 18 feet brick Chimney Plank floors one Weavers Shop Adjoining 14 by 16
feet brick Chimney the above houses in Good Repair..."
         £150 yearly

BLACKISTON, GEORGE/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 315 (1791)                                 Duck Creek

        "...a dwelling House with 2 Rooms and an entry also a loged kitchen we order the middle part of said
dwelling house to be new covered and a new lower floor a Glass Window in the east gable end of said dwelling
House and glass Window in the front side of Each Room, and uper floor in the entry and Kitchen, we order a new
Smoke house built 12 feet square of Hewed logs covered with Oak Shingles the Walls weather boarded with oak
clapboards we find one old corn house Which we order repaired a new one built 16 feet by 7 of hewed loggs
covered with Oak Shingles...the Chimneys in the Old room and Kitchen repaired...a large barn unfinished we order
a new floor and doors to the Same and to be under pillered with brick...a new well dug and framed near the Barn
and a new one dug and bricked up for the use of the House..."

        £70 per Annum

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BLACKISTON, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 247 (1797)                                Duck Creek

         "...one brick dwelling house 32 feet by 18 stories high,...value at $600.00, one Kitchen adjoining the same
we value at $13.33, one hew'd log granary we value at $26.67, one hew'd log corn crib we value at $20.00, one
log stable we value at $13.33, one old carriage house we value at $4.00, one old smoke house we value at
$8.00..."

BLACKSHARE, JOHN/SARAH/ANNE (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 186 (1772)                                     Little Creek
         "...a Good fraimed Dwelling house Some What out of Repair an old Kitchen quite Decayed and Useless
one meat house one Granary in good order one Stable in good order Excepting Doors Which is Wanting one Corn
house Some What Decayed an old Barn Quite Decayed...fences in Midling Good Repair..."
         "...repair the Dwelling house as follows that the Brick Work of the Seller Way Shall be Taken Down and
rebuilt and Good plan fallen Doors With Iron hinges and the Steps made New and that he mend the floor and
Hang the Window Shetters of said house Which repairs...to be Done within one year from this date..."
         "...Build a Barn 20 feet by 20 of Good Hewed logs Well Duftailed and Shingled Roof Well floored with 2
inch plank and plank Doors and Iron Hinges..."

         "...Take Down the old Kitchen and rebuild it at a farther Distance from the Dwelling house and With Hew'd
logs of the Same Dementions of the old one With a good Shingle Ruff and Brick Chimney and plank Doors
and...put a Clabboard Roof on the Corn house..."

        "...Make any Use of the Timber only for to Do the Said Repairs and Building..."

        yearly value £40/13/3


BLACKSHARE, RANDAL/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-pp. 83-84 (1810)                             Little Creek


         "...160 acres...100 acres...cleared...a 2 Story loged dwelling house about 30 feet by 20 feet, divided into 2
rooms by a loged Partition, a fire place in room, in bad order, floors in the lower rooms in tolerable good order, 2
windows in each room, front and back door in bad order, middle door pretty good, door going into Kitchen pretty
good, upper floor over back room pretty good, 5 windows above stairs in bad repair, no floor over in front room or
in Garrett Cedar Roof in but midlen order, the logs of the house has been weatherboarded, worn out and wants to
be new, the Porches to the hosue worn out, a Cellar has been under the House a great part fallen down, no
window Shutters to the house, no Stairs in the house, only 34 pains of whole Glass in the house, loged Kitchen 20
feet by 16 feet brick chimney back and front door, oak shingle roof tolerable good, bad floor in the Kitchen Stairs,
loged Corn Crib 18 feet by 7 feet covered with Clabboards, loged stable 16 feet by 12 Feet covered with
Clabboards..."

         "...the fire places ought to be repaired a new front and back door, that there should be a floor laid over the
front room and in the Garrett some holes in the roof of the house to be mended, a porch built at the front door, and
steps at the back door, the brick work in the Cellar should by repaired, that there should be window Shutters to the
house, and that there should be Stairs up in the house, that the windows should all be glazed, a corn crib to be put
up 20 feet by 8 feet of logs covered with oak shingles...a Garden pailed in 10 pannel by 8 pannel square..."

        $120.40 per year

BLACKSHARE, ROBERT            (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 133 (1786)                           Little Creek

        "...400 Acres of Land...about 120 acres cleared, under midling good Fence...one hewed Log Two Story
Dwelling House about 30 by 20 foot, with a Cedar Roof, with Two Rooms below on a Floor, with a Cellar under the
whole in bad order and an Old Log Barn not worth Repairing, and one old Corn House, one old Smoke House and
one old Spring House...we order one Log Kitchen with a Brick Chimney in the Same 17 by 16 feet..."

        £36/10 per year



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BLACKSHARE, ROBIRT (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 91 (1779)                                           Little Creek

         "...106 Acres of cleared Land or thereabouts with One New Logg's Dwelling House 30 by 20 feet, not quite
finished, One Old Barn a Corn House (18) by 6 feet, a Small Smoke House all in midling Repair...fince in good
Repair, and likewise one Small House 18 by 16 feet..."

        £140 per year

BLACKSHERE, SARAH AND ANN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 222 (1772)                                           Little Creek

         "...one frame Dwelling House 50 feet long and 16 feet wide which we order to be repaired in the following
manner - that is to say the flour in the old appartment to be now laid with Pine Bords on the old flour square joints
and the Pertition wall to be mended by lathing and Plastering the same where is Broke and the celler door to be
taken down and the walls of the same to be Rebuilt with Bricks and new covered with Ceder Shingles - 2 old
Kitchens one not worth Repairing the Other to be Repaired as follows to be Removed and new Covered with Oak
Shingles and as many new logs as is wanting an uper flour to be loose laid down with Popler Boards a Brick
chimme at the Gable end and new doors, WE further order a new hewed logd Barn 25 feet long and 20 feet wide
Dufftailed 11 feet Story covered with Ceder shingles with good flour laid with Oak Plank inches thick the length
and width of the Barn with a shed at the end the width of the Barn and to Extend 10 feet out also to be Covered
with Ceder Shingles We find one Old Barn not Worth Repairing - & 2 Stables one not Worth Repairing the Other in
Midlen Good Repair, 2 Corn Cribs one in good Repair the Other to be new Covered with Clabboards - a grainery
and Meat house in good Repair..."

        "...to Put in Reasonable good Repair..."
        "...the fence at the west side of the Plantation to be Straightened..."
        "...the Rail timber applied to Repair the Plantation as far as it will go..."
        yearly value £60


BLACKSTON, GEORGE/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 269 (1783)                                      Murderkill

         "...one Log dwelling house (18) feet by 16 in bad Repair one small Kitchen Adjoining the said dwelling
house one Smoak house two Old Corn Houses one Granery one old Quarter one old Stable all in bad Repair one
dwelling House adjoining the Present dwelling house 15 feet wide 75 feet Long with a Passage between of 10
feet one Corn house 70 feet by 8 one Stable that will contain 10 Horses one barn 30 feet by 24 all of which
building is wanting to make the Place Tenantable..."

        £85 per year

BLAKISTON, BENJAMIN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 270 (1790) Duck Creek

        "...1 Brick dwelling house 2 Story high & 2 Rooms on a floor 30 feet by 18 deficient of 28 ps Glass 1 log
Kitchen adjoining 24 feet by 18. 1 do. Corn house 20 do. by 10 do. Granary 15 by 15 feet. 1 do. Stable 24 by 15
feet 1 do. Smoke house 12 by 12 feet 1 frame Carriage house 16 by 8 feet, 1 Milk House 6 by 8, 1 Negro Kitchen
16 by 16...1 Log house 18 feet by 16, 1 do. 14 by 12 1 do. 20 by 16 is to have floors below and above with 2 doors
and a Chimney, 1 do. 18 by 16,..."

        £40 per Annum

BOGGS, JOSEPH/LEWIS/ELIZABETH/MERIAM (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 43 (1792)

         "...a framed dwelling house 32 feet long and 16 feet wide with 2 rooms below Stairs plank floors above
and below, 2 old brick Chimneys which wants rebuild a pair of winding Stairs, the said house wants new Silling
weather boarding on the lower parts and new doors and windows, and the breasting and stairs mending, and the
whole raised and set on blocks...about 1063 Pannels of Worm fence besides 104 Pannels of worm fence, which is
partition fence...in middling repair..."

        £12 yearly
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BOSTIC, JACOB/BENJAMIN/JAMES/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 202 (1805)

         "...one frame dwelling House 26 feet long and 18 feet wide one Story high with 2 brick Chimnies in bad
repair, one frame Cook house 16 by 18 feet one Story high with one brick Chimney in good repair, one logged
Smoke house 10 feet square in good repair, one Logged Crib 16 by 8 feet in good repair, one old Logged Crib 16
by 8 feet in good repair, one old Logged Stable in bad repair,--Also one other frame dwelling house 16 feet square
with a brick Chimney in midling repair..."

        £40 annuel value

        "...the first dwelling house to be new undersilled covered with oak Shingles, floors repaired, and
weatherboarding some mended, the Well to be dug out and new framed, The last mentioned dwelling house to be
new Silled and windows and floors to be mended..."

BOWMAN, NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 44 (1784) dcsd - Mispillion (1804 tax list)

        "...one log Dwelling House 20 feet by 16 feet in Bad Repair one Small Log House..."

        "...Near 700 Pannels of fence in Very bad Repair..."

        "...put under Good fence..."

       "...Repair the Housse by Raising the Same and putting New Sills under it and Building a Good Brick
Chimney in the same...Repair the Cross fence...Repair the Fence Round the whole of the said Plantation Put the
same in Good Tenantable Order..."

        £7 per year until minor comes of age
        £9 per year afterwards

BOWMAN, NATHANIAL/HESTER/MIRIAM/HENRY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 270 (1805) Mispillion (1804 tax list)

        "...old frame dwelling house, one Smoke house and Stable in bad repair...
        900 Pannels of fence in tolerable repair..."

        £30 annuel Rent

        "...one old loged house, and about 600 pannel of fence in bad repair..."
        £12/10 annuel Rent

BRANDEL, GEORGE/CHARLES (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 86 (1801)

        "...one old loged House with a wooden Chimney..."

        "...build one frame house 16 by 20 feet one Story high, and further one Corn Crib 16 feet long and 15 feet
wide, and one Smoke house 8 by 12 feet...permitted to buy 300 Rails annuelly..."

        £18 annuel Rent

BRANDELL, GEORGE/CHARLES/JOSHUA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 273 (1790)

        £12/10 per year

       "...one framed dwelling house verry much out of repair, that the said house wants new silling a new roof
the under floor and weather boarding want repairing, there is also a log'd Kitchen on said plantation in midling
good repair..."




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BROADAWAY, AMBROSE/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 254 (1797)

         "...one logg house with one brick chimney, plank floore below and above stears and glass window, the
roof out of repeair, one other logg dwelling house in reasonable good repeair, one logg corn crib in good repeair,
one stable and a shead adjoining it, all in reasonable good repeair one small poltery house some out of repair one
small barn in good repeair the outside and cross fencing in reasonable good repeair..."

        £15 per year

BROWN, BENJAMIN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 24 (1784)                                         Murderkill

        "...Thomas Blackshare now dwells..."

        125 in Specie Per year

         "...Shall be built...a Sliped Logd Kitchen 16 feet Wide and 18 feet long with Oak Shingled Roof and Brick
Chimney and the dwelling House to be Weather Boarded with Oak Clapboards and a Corn House to be Built 18
feet long and 7 feet wide to be Covered with Oak Shingled Roof..."

        "...Meadow Plantation..."

        £12/10 Specie Per Year

         "...a hewed log dwelling house built...20 feet Long and 18 feet wide to be Covered with Oak Shingles and
to be diftailed and to have a plank floor above and below and Brick Chimney and Brest Work and Closets finished
off..."

BROWN, ELIZABETH (WILCUTS)/LAMACK (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 202 (1796)

        "...about 3000 pannels of fencing wch. is in Midling good Repair...One Dwelling House 30 by 16 feet One
Kitchen 16 by 14 feet, one Logg Smoke House about 12 feet Square (loggs) one corn Cribb 16 feet by 6 feet. One
other Corn Cribb 12 by 6 feet. One Stable 16 feet by 10 one old Chair house logg'd all...Much out of Repair..."

        £27/10 per year

BROWN, ELIZABETH/LAMECH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 66 (1798)

        "...fencing very much out of Repair...Clear...Land...to Straighten his fencing...a dwelling house 30 by 16
feet a Cookhouse 16 by 15 feet two Corn Cribbs and a Stable much out of Repair...Cover the old part of the
dwelling house..."

        £27 per year

        "...build a smoke house..."

BROWN, JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 29 (1774)                                    Mispillion 1797

        "...160 Acors of Land with a Plantation thereon with about 80 Acors cleared with one old fraimed dwelling.
 House 20 feet by 16 one old Log House 12 feet square one old Log smoak and one Log stable 20 feet long & 12
feet wide & 2 Log corn cribs...all in Tenantable Repair..."

        yearly value £18

         "...150 Acres with about 80 Acres cleared in Good Repair with one Dwelling House thereon 2 Rooms on
floor 40 feet by 18 much oute of Repair and one old Log House out of Repair and one old log Barn and one old
smoke House and old corne cribe..."

        yearly value £15
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BROWN, JOHNJohn Jr. (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 57 (1776) Duck Creek

        "...Valye 140 Acres of Land with about 80 acres cleared...Extremely Pore, with one Dwelling House
thereon 40 Feet by 20, much out of Repair and one old Corn Crib..."

        £ Tenn per year

BROWN, JOHN/JOSHUA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 116 (1803)                           Mispillion

      "...one loged dwelling House in tolerable Repair, except the Back which we direct to be mended...one
Smoke House, and one Kitchen in tolerable repair, also one old Corn House, which we order to be covered with
Oak Boards...sink a new well near the dwelling House..."

        £15 per year

BROWN, AARON/MIRIAM/RACHAL/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 174 (1805)                     Murderkill

       "...fencing in tolerable good Repair...a framed dwelling house 18 by 16 one ditto logged 18 by 16 feet
weatherboarded...shall be new Silled, and the weatherboarding repaired...2 Corn Cribbs, one meat house, and
one Stable..."

        £15 Annually


BUCHANNAN, ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 75 (1785)
     "...all under midlen good fence..."

       "...One Dwelling House 24 feet by 16 and wants one fourth part of the Under flore Repaired And a
considerable part of the Plastering, A Loged Kitchen Tolerable Roof with Considerable repares to be done in the
Loggs and a Small pailed Garden and saif House Included with pailing all which wants Considerable repairs..."

        £28 Specie per year

       "...12 Acres Cleared Land the fence in bad repair One Logged dwelling House 24 feet by 20 in Tollerable
Good repair..."

        £8 Specie per year

BUCHANON, ROBERT/STOUT (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 315 (1791)

        "...one old framed dwelling house which we order to have a new from Sill the petition and end doors
repaired we find one old kitchen and one Corn Crib...we order one new Stable built of Pilled Green Logs 18 feet
long and 12 feet Wide With oak Shingles Ruff..."

        £23 per year

        "...only one house Which We order to have a New brick Chimney and new lower floor also a New frame
house 22 feet by 18 finished in a plain manner and the boards now on the lower floor to be laid down on the uper
floor we also order one New Stable to be built 12 feet square of piled Green logs and covered with oak
clapboards..."

BUCKMASTER, THOMAS/MARGARETT (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 234 (1806)

        "...a small dwelling house about 16 feet square, one old loged Kitchen, one Do smoke house one Do Corn
Cribb, one Small loged dwelling house...Buildings are in bad repair..."

        $90.00 yearly Rent

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BULLOCK, EZEKIEL/DARCUS/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 13 (1792)

        "...a Brick Dweeling House 30 feet long and 20 feet wide, One Story high, covered with Cypress Shingles,
which now wants a little repair, with 2 Rooms below Stairs, the larger of which are plastered above and below, the
other not plastered, with Plank flores above and below, 2 18 light Windows in each Room with sashes and
Panneled Shutters, good Panneled Doores, and Bresting to each Room, a pair of Winding Stairs, and Wash-Board
and surbases to each Room; there is 3 Rooms laid off above Stairs but none finished, and a Brick Cellar under the
Shingled Roof, the other parts of both very indifferent, an old logged Smoke-House; an old logged Hen-House
very bad, the frame of a Carriage-House without either weather-boarding or cover; 2 logged Corn Cribbs covered
with clabboards midling good, an other old logged Corn Cribb indifferent, a logged Stable 30 feet long and 11 feet
wide one and a half Story high with 3 Rooms below and a Hay loft above, covered with feathered edged Shingles
in good repair; a logged Barn 20 feet long and 18 feet wide, old Loggs half (price) poplar plank floor agood feather
edged Shingled Roof; there is also an other Amsll logged dwelling House...18 feet long and 16 feet Wide covered
with clabboards, a plank floor above and below and a dirt chimney in good repair and an old logged House by the
samy very bad also a logged Schoolhouse (built for use of Neighbourhood) 20 feet long and 18 feet wide a brick
chimney & covered with clabboards in good repair..."

        "...about 3322 Pannels of fence, all of which is worn fence (excepting a small matter of Post and Rail
fence, about the yard in midling good repair..."

     £45 yearly value
BULLOCK, RICHARD (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 21 (1784)

        "...a Small Log House for a dwelling and a Small log Kitchen and Corn House all lately Built the Orchard
but very Indifferent and the fences Tolerable..."

CAIN, DANIEL/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 60 (1785)

        "...one Hewn Log'd Dwelling House 20 feet by 16 plank floors, Brick Chimney in midling good Repair..."

        "...no Barn, Stables nor other out House worth taking notice of..."

        "...the fencing in very bad Repair many of the Rails Rotten, and good for very little..."

        £12 per year

CALDWELL, TRAIN/JOSEPH/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 88 (1802)

        "...one old brick House and Kitchen adjoining in bad repair, one brick Milk House and one old Stable...put
in the Glass in the windows of the dwelling House which has been broken out..."

        £18 per year

CARMEAN, ZEBDIAL/JACOB/WILLIAM/ALICE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 74 (1802) Mispillion

        "...510 pannels in pretty good repair, there is a small Barn on the premises in tolerable repair, and an old
loged Stable of Little value...build

a Corn House on the premises out of Sliped Logs and oak Shingled Roof 6 feet by 15 feet..."

        £14 a year

CARTER, JOHN/WILLIAM/JACOB/JOHN/NANCY/VALENTINE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 182 (1804)

        "...900 or 1000 pannels of Fencing in but midling repair, we do find one framed House 20 feet by 16 one
Story and an half not finished, an old Kitchen one Stable not very good..."

        £10 per year
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CATLIN, JOSEPH/MARY/SARAH/ROBERT/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 307 (1790)
         "...a frame Dwelling House, 20 by 24 one story High in good repair one Kitchen in midling Repair except
the roof one old Smoke House one Barn 22 by 18 with a Cedar Roof in good repair one Stable and corn Crib
adjoining the barn with Cedar Roof the Corn Crib not finished an old corn crib not worth repairing..."

        £22/10 Annual Value

        "...We order that a new Roof be put on the Kitchen that the Corn Crib adjoining the the barn be finished..."

CATON, BENJAMIN/MARGARET/MIRIAM/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 62
         "...one Framed dwelling house 24 by 18 in midling good repair two corn houses one meat house, one
stable in midling order..."

        "...a set of House Loggs on the premises...to put up for the purpose of a Cook house or kitchen about 18
by 16 with a Shingle Roof, one floor above and a brick Chimney..."

      $30.00 annuel Rent
CATTS, THOMAS/JAMES/AMELIA/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 110 (1803)                                      Murderkill
      "...in the vicinity of Campden..."

        "...a dwelling House say 18 by 20 in but midling repair the fence bad..."

        £5 per Annum

        "...to have the front Sill spliced, and new blocks of white oak put under the House all round...a new oak
Shingle Roof...the fence to be repaired immediately, and a frame or Hogshead well to be Sunk..."

CATTS, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 113 (1770)
         "...100 acres of Land and about 35 or 40 acres thereof Cleared, not all under Good fence with a log house
20 feet x 16 not well finished. a Brick Chimney to Said House, and two other Small Houses ((to wit)) Kitchen and
Smoke House no Orchard worth Mentioning.."

        yearly value £6

CHANCE, ELIJAH/MARY/ELIJAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 280 (1784)                              Little Creek

        "...223 acres of Land the Cleared Land...100 acres and under bad fence..."

       "...one Log dwelling House 22 by 18 feet in midling Repair with a fram Addition 18 by 12 feet in bad Repair
one Scalped Log barn 20 by 18 feet in midling Repair one Spring House about 12 feet square in bad Repair one
Hew'd Log House about 22 by 18 feet in Good Repair with an Old house adjoining thereto in Very bad Repair..."

        £35 per year

CLARK, HENRY/MARY/HENRIETTA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 117 (1803)

       "...one Log dwelling House 20 by 18 midling good but wants a new roof, one log Kitchen 16 by 14 pretty
good, but must have a Brick Chimney two good Corn Cribbs...1127 pannels of fence in midlin order..."

        £13/6/8 per year


CLARK, HENRY/MARY/HENRIETTA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 224 (1804)

        "...2 Houses in bad repair...1100 pannels of Fence in bad repair..."

        £22/10 Annuel Rent

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CLARK, JOHN/CLEMENT (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 32 (1792)                                     Mispillion

        "...Dwelling House in Tollerable Repair and several out Houses not worth repairing..."

       "...should be a Log dwelling House built 20 feet Long and 16 feet wide out of good Sisable White Oak
Timber sliped on both sides and covered with feather edged Shingles..."

        £15 yearly


CLARK, JOHN/SARAH/MAJOR (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 275 (1790)                                Duck Creek

          "...one old frame house 22 feet by 10 feet in bad repair one granary one milk house and one corn crib all
in good repair one brick or part of a new brick house 26 feet by 16 feet now blown down cracked to the lower or
first storey...Near 600 pannels of fence in bad repair we alow the new brick building to be taken down to a single
story and roofed and finished from the said lower story..."

        £25 per year



CLARK, JOHN/WINLOCK/SARAH/JONATHAN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 31 (1792)

       "...One Logg Dwelling house 20 by 16 feet the Roof in a decayed State...shall Build...a New Roff on the
House of Oak Shingles..."

        £6 annual Value

        "...One Old Log Stable..."

        £4 annual Value

        "...2 Logg Houses one 20 feet by 16 feet the other 16 feet by 18 feet, the Roof of both bad...put Roofs on
both the said Houses of Oak Shingles..."

        £7 annual Value


CLARK, JOSHUA/JOSHUA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 279 (1790)

        "...one dwelling house 20 by 10 feet with and addition adjoining the same in midling repair, one cook
house in bad repair, one old barn, one new stable, one old smoke house, and 2 oald corn housen...about 1700
pannels of worm fencing in bad repair..."

        £22/10 annual rents




CLARK, JOSHUA/JOSHUA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 202 (1796)                                   Mispillion

        "...one framed Dwelling house, 28 by 18 in midlen Repair, and Cook Room and Citchen 18 by 16 Each in
midlen Repair one Stable 16 feet square made of Loggs in good Repair one Barn framed 28 by 22 in bad Repair,
One Chair House, one Smoke house and 2 corn Cribbs in very bad Repair, Also about 2000 Pannels of worm
fence in midlen Repair..."

        £27/10 Annual Rents

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CLEMENS, THOMAS, ELIZABETH, CATHERINE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 34 (1801)

         "...one Brick dwelling house two Story high 18 feet by 20 with good cedar Roof, and two good floors the
windows well Glazed the inside of the house not plastered One Wooden room adjoining the brick apartment 16
feet by 8 with good roof and floor -- one loged Kitchen 14 feet by 18 feet one framed Carriage house partly new 16
feet by 8 feet One loged Stable and corn Crib in very bad repair - A Brick oven with a good cover over it A framed
well of water...a Smoak house 10 feet by 12 feet in good repair a hen house...build a log Corn crib 18 feet by 8
feet..."

        £45 annual Value

COLLINS, THOMAS/WILLIAM

                         (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 247-248 (1789)                Duck Creek

        "...a Small logged house..."

        £5 annual sum

        £120 annual sum

        "...a large logg'd House weather boarded on the outside with clabboards and divided into 2 Rooms with a
brick Chimney in each with a plank floor above and below, and breast Work and Stairs in outward room, 4
Windows in Said house with sashed but no Glass the roof Cedar Shingles and the house not plastered...dwelling
house ought to be underpinned and Glass put in the Windows there is also a logg'd house Kitchen with a brick
chimney in Middling repair, one good corn crib of Hewed loggs, one small Stable in bad repair and one Small
framed Barn in good repair...there ought to be a Small Meet House of Hewed Logs built..."

        £15 annual sum

       "...one Small logg'd house with a brick Chimney, plank floor above and below with Cedar roof in midling
good repair and a Small Loom house, of loggs in bad repair..."

        £70 annual sum

        "...One old logg'd dwelling House in bad repair with a small new framed room adjoining...ought to be
repaired One old logg'd Kitchen in bad repair, One old corn crib and old logged Barn all in bad repair..."

        £55 annual sum

         "...Windows in the Said Mansion house should be repaired by putting glass therein and making new
Sellers Windows...a logg'd Smoak House, a logg'd barn and Stable, Chaise House and Corn houses all in But
indifferent repair..."

        £75 annual sum

        "...an old brick house, brick Kitchen, brick Barn and a loged Stable all in very bad repair...should be
immediately repaired by mending the Walls and porches and the dwelling house covered plastered and glass put
in the Windows and a new oven built..."

       "...should build a frame house of the dimensions of 18 by 22 feet with a brick Chimney and a plank floor
above and below..."

        £25 Annual Value




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CORAN, PATRICK/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 71 (1809)                                        Dover

         "...under ordinary fencing...a log dwelling house 22 by 18 feet weatherboarded with pine boards in front,
and in the back part with pine and oak, with a Brick Chimney, divided below by a pine board Partition with 3 doors
and 2 windows, with 12 panes of Glass in each, with Stiar casing breast work & below, upstairs all in one
apartment, with an oak roof in bad order. .. One Store house framed about 15 by 18 feet with an oak roof and
weather boarded with pine boards, the whole painted red, and in good order, one out house occupied as a
Granery 14 by 16 feet with an oak roof and in good repair one log kitchen 9 by 12 feet with a brick chimney & an
oak roof in bad repair..."

        $26.33 Annuel rent

CORSE, WILLIAM AND JAMES MILLESS/PETER/MARY/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 75-76 (1802)

        "...One two Story frame dwelling 18 feet square covered with oak shingles and weatherboarded with pine
Board, pretty much worn, this house has nine 18 and two 4 light windows 27 lights of which are broken, we think
this house should be repaired by putting a Sill to the South door and a pair of Hinges to the north door -- one loged
dwelling adjoining the first mentioned House 24 by 18 feet one story with Hip Roof covered with oak Shingles, and
weatherboarded with pine Board up and down, has two 15 and three 6 light windows 19 lights of which are
broken...One loged Kitchen adjoining the last mentioned house 16-1/2 by 18 feet one Story covered with Oak
Shingles, has a brick chimney and an earthen floor...one frame Milk House 10 feet square in good repair, one log
smoke house 12 feet square in good repair, one frame Carriage House in bad condition...one frame Barn 20 feet
square weatherboarded with pine board up and down covered with Oak Shingles, one frame Stable adjoning the
Barn 20 by 24 feet weatherboarded up and down with pine Board and covered with oak Shingles those two
buildings wants repairing by nailing some of the weatherboarding and hanging one of the Stable doors -- two log
corn Cribs 20 by 8 feet each covered with oak Shingles and are in good repair, one frame Granery 12 by 14 feet
weatherboarded and covered with Oak Shingles and is in pretty good Condition..."

        $200.00 Annuel sum

CORSE, WILLIAM/THOMAS (HANSON)/SUSANNA (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 153 (1787)

        "...one Frame dwelling House, one Shed Room, one Smoke House, one Spring House, one Corn Crib,
one barn...all in Tenantable Repair, except the roof of the Dwelling House and Barn...About one Third part of the
dwelling House Roof is almost new the remaining two Thirds we adjudge ought to be covered with the Cypress
Shingles..."

        "...The Roof of the Barn will require about 100 Oak Shingles nailed thereon..."

        £45 per year Specie

COUNTESS, JAMES/CHRISTOPHER/JOHN/WILLIAM/PETER/HENRY (K.C.O.CT.) G-pp. 103-104 (1811)
     Murderkill

         "...a log dwelling house 25 feet by 18, covered and weatherboarded with oak shingles and clabboards,
one story high, with 2 rooms on each floor, the rooms on the lower floor divided by a plank partitin, and that on the
upper floor by a clabboard partition, in each room there are good fire places, both the floors is laid with inch pine
board and in good order, there is in each room 2 windows with good sash but without Glass, which we recommend
to be amediately glazed, there is under the whole house a cellar which is used for a Cook room in pretty good
repair, as is all the house except windows which wants Glass, there is also a log Corn Crib about 18 feet by 7
covered withoak shingles in good repair...we recommend the building of a log Smoke house 10 feet by 12.
covered with oak shingles, and likewise a log Stable 14 feet by 16. covered with oak shingles..."

        $65.00 per year




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CRAIG, SAMUEL/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 114 (1794)

        £20 annual Rent

        "...one dwelling House 18 by 28 in bad repair, the 2 chimneys to be taken down, and rebuilt, the House to
be under pinned...one Good corn House - one old meet House to be repaired...one old Barn not worth
Repairing...the fences Generally in bad order..."



CRAIG, SAMUEL/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 98 (1802)

        "...one framed dwelling House in tolerable repair except the Roof one small Kitchen in good repair, 2 old
corn Cribbs, one loged dwelling house...in good repair...the Roof of the said dwelling house covered with Oak
Shingles, and Glass in the windows, and build a Sawed loged house for a Stable 12 by 15 feet..."

        £32/10 per year


CRAIGE, HUGH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 53 (1776)

         "...Dwelling House 30 feet long & 24 feet wide with 2 Rooms on a flore and one old Logg Kitchen about 20
feet long & 16 wide and one smoke House 12 feet square and one Barn 20 feet Long and 18 Oute of Repair..."

        £18 per year



CRAIGE, MARY (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 201 (1788)                         Murderkill

        "...two old logg'd Houses, and Logg'd Barn and two small Logg'd Corn houses..."

        "...Price's place with two old Fraim Houses one old Fraimed Barn one logged Corn house..."

        "...Moore place...Two logged Dwelling Houses a small logged Barn and Corn House and Smoke House..."

        £38 per year


CREIGHTON, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 27 (1774)                                     Duck Creek

        "...One other large Logg House or Barn on the same...at £4 per year..."


CUBBAGE, GEORGE/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 66 (1809)

        "...one frame dwelling 20 by 16 in bad order 1 Smoke house in good order..."

        $186.67 annually

CULLEN, HEZEKIAH/GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 87 (1802)                                        Mispillion

       "...one dwelling house 26 by 20 one Story high, one old logd kitchen, one old Smoke house, one Corn
House, one Stable in midling repair..."

        "...1700 pannels of Fence in tolerable good repair..."



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CURREY, ISAAC/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 210 (1805)                            Duck Creek

        "...one old log house...in very bad repair...without fence..."

        "...should be permitted to fence the Lott, and Repair the House by Covering the South side of the Roof
with new oak Shingles & patching the other with old ones, the Gable ends of the Roof to be patched with low
priced pine boards, new Sills and several new logs to be put in..."

        "...to put the House in Tenantable Repair, the Lott to be fenced with Post & Rails of oak..."

       $16.00 yearly Rents
DAVIS, MATTHIAS/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 208 (1788)

        "...one Dwelling House 30 feet by 20 feet in midlin Repair except the Belcony in bad Order New Log
Kitchen 16 by 14 one Barn 24 by 20 midlin good repair Log Smokehouse 10 feet square..."

        £25 per year

DAVIS, MOSES/ALISHA (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 216 (1773)

        "...one close or field Containing about 30 acres...an old log'd Barn. Much Decayed, and Partly useless
the fencing all in good Repair, 2 cribs on the widows thirds to be moved Excepted. And on an adjacent plantation
2 closes or fields containing about 40 acres. the fencing all in good order. also one old lodged Dwelling House,
much impaired and under a Strong decay..."

        yearly value £5 1st year

        yearly value £10 afterwards

DAWS, WILLIAM/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 174-175 (1805)

        "...a framed dwelling House 16 by 20 with plank floor above and below, with a Brick chimney, one Smoke
House 12 by 16 feet logged one Grainery 10 feet square Logged, one Corn Crib 7 by 15 logged one do 7 by 16
logged one logged stable 12 by 16 feet one Loggd Poultry House 8 by 8 feet, all of which is in tolerable good
Repair, the fencing...in but bad repair..."

      "...to be a Brick Chimney built in one of the out houses, which ever the said Guardian shall think best for a
Cook House..."

        £15 annuelly

        "...fencing in tolerable good repair...a loggd dwelling House 13 by 16 feet plank floor above and below
small Brick Chimney all in bad repair..."

        £5 annuelly

DEHORTY, JOHN/NANCY (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 71 (1809)

         "...one dwelling house 24 by 16 feet in bad repair, one Kitchen 20 by 16 feet in bad repair one smoke
house and one milk house, one log Barn 20 feet square sheded in good order, with 2 other houses both log 16
feet by 12 in midlin repair...2550 pannels of fence in midlin repair..."

        $144.00 yearly

        "...the dwelling house and Kitchen, to be repaired and a new corn crib built..."




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DENNY, BENJAMIN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 165 (1805) Little Creek

        "...2 logg dwelling Houses in Midling repair, and one stable in bad repair...the fences in midlin repair..."

        £20 Annuel Rent

         "...build a Corn Cribb...build a logg House...of the demensions of 16 by 16 Sculped loggs, one upper floor
out of plank, an oak Shingle Roof...Cabbin not fit to live in, the fence in bad Repair..."

        $12.00 Annual Rent

DENNY, EVAN/JOSEPH/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 84 (1769) Little Creek

        "...about 70 or 80 acres where of about 50 acres is Cleared are one round Log'd House with a Clay floor
in Ordinary Repair, one Very old round Log'd Barn in like Repair as afsd the fence on the Whole Plantation in
Tolerable Repair..."

        yearly value £15/10

DENNY, WILLIAM/COLLINS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 95 (1811) Duck Creek

       "...an old Brick dwelling house one Story high Cellar under the whole, with 3 rooms on the lower floor,
very Smokey and in bad repair, a small Barn in reasonable repair Granery, Corn Cribs Stable Smoke house all in
reasonable good repair..."

        $400.00 per annum

DENWIDDY, SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 200 (1788)             Murderkill

        "...one old logged Dwelling House, One Logg'd Corn Crib, and a set of Logs put up for a Dwelling House
with an old Logg'd House..."

        £9 per year

DEWEES, DAVID/DANIEL/JESSEE (K.C.O.CT.) F-2 (1800)                 Mispillion

       "...one dwelling House in bad repair one new Still house unfinished one Barn one Corn Crib one Cider
House and one Carriage House in tolerable repair...1846 pannells of fencing in bad repair..."

       "...put on a new Shingled ruff on the largest room of the dwelling house it being a hip roof from the hip
down to the eve also a lower floor and two doors to the same the Still house to have one door and one window
and repair all the fencing..."

        £15 per annum

DILL, JOHN/HETTY/ZIPPORAH/ANDREW (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 111 (1803) Murderkill

         "...one large Brick dwelling House together with a Brick Kitchen and Smoke House and a large framed
Stable..."

        $80.00 per year

        "...One framed Store House...in midling good repair..."

        $26.27 per year




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DILL, WILLIAM/ABNER (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 119 (1803)

      "...an old Loged Stable...some old fencing in very bad repair...build a Log House of 18 and 16, with a
common Shingle Roof..."

DORRELL, JAMES/ROBERT/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 25 (1808)

        "...one Hip roof dwelling House and Kitchen lodging room and Piazza all in good repair except the Kitchen
which must have a new Roof, a Smoke house, Corn Crib, Stable & Barn all in tolerable Repair, a Carriage House
in bad repair, to be repaired...yard before the House door to be kept in repair by pailed fence..."

     $100.00 per year
DOWNING, BENJAMIN/JOSEPH/NICEY/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-pl. 163 (1797) Duck Creek

         "...one hewed log Dwelling house 25 by 18 feet in midling repair, one sawed log smoke House 12 by 9
feet in good repair, one scalped log corn cribb in good repair, One hewed log stable 20 feet square in midling
repair, the fencing in midling repair..."

        £20 per annum

DOWNING, EZEKIEL (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 114 (1770) Duck Creek

        "...230 acres in the Whole, 120 or there abouts of Which is Cleared and within fence at the west and there
of Stands the Mansion House of Hew'd logs about 23 feet long and 18 feet wide. a Hew'd log Barn about 26 feet
Square hew'd log Stable about 26 feet long and 16 feet wide a Smoke House about 12 feet Square..."

        yearly value £50

        "...a New Hewed loged Dwelling house at the South East end of the afsd Plantation..."

        yearly value £6 1st year
        yearly value £8 afterwards

        "...all Necessary Repairs Shall be made...the Buildings are in great want of it..."

        "...no Timber Cut or Destroyed...more than Shall be Necessary for Making of any New Building on the
afsd. Lands or Reparing the Old and making good the fences and continuing them in the Same Good Order...".

DOWNING, JOSEPH/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 92 (1786) Duck Creek

       "...72-1/2 Acres the Cleared Land...about 57 Acres and under midling fence...one hewed Logg'd dwelling
House 25 by 18 feet...to be movednear the Road on the West side...putting new Cils, new Sleepers Brick
Chimney...One hewed Loged Barn 26 feet Square in good repair..."

        £25 per year

DULANY, WALTER/MARY/GRAFTON/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 27 (1808)

       "...one log dwelling house 18 by 16 feet in bad repair...to be repaired by weatherboarding with
Clabboards and to be pillared underneath with stone...a corn Crib to be built with logs scalped 8 by 16 feet, to be
covered with oak shingles..."

        $70.00 per annum

        "...one dwelling house 18 by 16 feet in tolerable repair..."

        $20.00 per annum

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DUNNING, JOHN/RAMER/RACHEL/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 204-205 (1769)

        "...a fram Dwelling house 18 by 22 feet in good Repair containing about 200 Acres of land, 100 of which
we do Premise to be cleared, likewise one log Barn of little worth; one log Kitchen 16 by 20 feet in Pretty good
Repair;...One smoak house in good order & Repair: with the fences inclosing the whole in Pretty good Repair..."

        yearly value £15

EDMONDSON, EMANUEL/WILLIAM COMEGYS (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 109 (1803)

        "...One old framed dwelling House 18 by 24 feet two Rooms plank floors above and below three Glass
windows, Stairs, one Brick chimney in midling good repair, one log meat House 12 by 12 feet in midling good
repair one Corn Crib 6 by 12 feet in good Repair...midling good outside fencing and Cross fencing..."

        £25 per year

EDWARDS, ANDREW/CHANEY/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 276 (1807 Mispillion

        "...one dwelling house 24 by 16 feet in midling Repair...a logg Kitchen 16 feet square, one Smoke house
16 feet by 12, 4 old houses much out of Repair...the fencing in midling repair..."

        $66.66 per annum

ELLIOT, ISAAC/EDWARD/ELIZABETH/SUSANNA/RUTH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 63 (1785)                    Mispillion

        "...60 Acres of Land, about 50 of which is cleared the fencing very much out of Repair, One Logg'd
Dwelling House, 20 by 16 feet with a Brick Chimney, very much, out of Repair, One very Indifferent Corn Cribb..."

        £10 per Year

EVANS, ZACHARIAH/SUSANNAH/RACHEL/ELIZABETH/FRANCIS/PAUL (K.C.O.CT.) B p.195(1772)                           Duck
Creek

         "...the Hemp manner supposed to contain 167 acres whereof aBought 140 be cleared and within fence
now in Possession of James Dicoson on which ther is a new sawed logg dwelling house aBought 25 ft by 18 with
2 Brick Chimbles and pritty well furnished off Except glass for the windows which we do agree the gardean shall
find 60 Pains and put them in: Also one old round Logg Kitching much out of repair and old spring house much
out of Repair one round logg corn crib one old round logg stable much out of Repair Also one old round logg barn
with the Ruff Blown of and a clay floor which we agree shall be repaired with new lodgs and a new Ruff the
fence...in but midling repair..."

        yearly value £30

                         (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 223-224 (1773)
                         Drawing of property w/text.


FARLOW, JOHN/LEAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 310 (1799)              Duck Creek

         "...one wooden Dwelling house about 30 feet by 20 feet with 2 Rooms below 2 brick Chimneys plank
floors windows Glazed and all in tolerable Repair one loged Kitchen about 20 feet Square without a Chimney or
floor and the Roof a very bad one one smoke House about 12 feet by 20 feet in tolerable Repair..."

        "...value at the Annual Rent of 21 and 3/4 Bushells of good sound Indian Corn and 4 bushells and 1/4 of a
bushell of Merchantable wheat..."

        "...put a brick chimney in the Kitchen..."

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FARLOW, JOHN/LEAH/WILLIAM/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 157 (1795)                      Duck Creek

        "...a Frame dwelling house about 25 feet by 16 feet with a good Ceader Roof the weatherboarding in bad
Repair, 2 Chimney, 3 windows with Glass in them, 2 doors in bad Repair a floor below and above in tolerable
Repair, the Sellar under the house is nearly all fallen down & not sufficient to support the house, one sawed
Loged house about 24 feet by 16 feet with old Oak Roofs good Floor about brick Chimney and in tolerable repair,
one sawed Loged house about 16 feet square in such bad order that it is not worth Reparing, one Smoke house
about 10 feet Square of sawed Logs with a very Bad Roof, one frame Barn about 24 feet by 18 feet Oak Roof and
Weatherboarding in tolerable order, floor of oak plank and in tolerable Repair one Corn Cribb of Round Logs
about 20 feet by 6 feet the Logs and Roof all in very Bad Repair a shed adjoining the Crib the same Length
Covered with oak Shingles new..."

        "...Anuel Rent of 50 Bushels of Merchantable wheat and 100 bushels of Merchantable Indian Corn..."

        "...Put a New sellar under the house and to mend the weatherboarding of said House and put new Sils
under the fram of the Dwelling house, to cover the smoke house with Oak Shingles..."


FARLOW, JOHN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 132 (1804)                    Duck Creek

       "...a framed dwelling house 25 feet by 18 a Story and half high plank floor 2 brick chimneys the whole in
good repair a log kitchen 18 feet square in bad repair, a logd Smoke house 10 feet square in midling repair, and a
framed Barn 18 by 24 in bad repair;

        £6/5 annuel Rent

        "...South side of the roof of the Barn should be covered with Oak Shingles, and that the front part of the
Roof of the Kitchen should be covered as aforesaid..."


FARLOW, JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 135 (1804)                  Duck Creek

        "...a frame dwelling House 25 feet in length, and 18 in breath one and half Story brick Chimney at each
end, with one dormant window in front and one in the back part of the house, two windows in the front, and two in
the back of the first Story, 12 lights in each, Celler under the same, all in tolerable good repair, a log kitchen
adjoining, about 18 feet square, with shed at the end for Carriage house in said Kitchen is a brick Chimney all in
very bad repair, one log smoke house 10 feet square, in midling repair, one frame Barn 24 feet in length and 18 in
breadth in bad repair..."

        £6/5 annual Rent

        "...the front part of the Kitchen roof, and the South east side of the Barn should be covered with Oak
Shingles..."

FARLOW, JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 242 (1806)                    Duck Creek

        "...a framed dwelling house 25 feet by 18 a Story and a half high, plank floors 2 brick chimnies, the whole
in good Repair, a Log Kitchen 18 feet Square in bad Repair a log Smoke house 10 feet Square in midling Repair,
and a framed Barn 18 feet by 24 in bad repair..."

        £6/10 annuel Rent

       "...Repairs necessary to be made are that the South side of the Roof of the Barn should be Covered with
Oak Shingles, and that the front part of the Roof of the Kitchen should be covered..."




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FARSONS, WILLIAM/JOHN, RACHEL/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 51 (1791)                           Duck Creek

         "one brick dwelling house with 2 Rooms on a floor, one framed Kitchen with a Cellar under it, both in bad
repair, one Smoak house in bad repair, one Corn Crib and 2 Cart houses in good repair...one small Loged
House...in good repair one Corn Cribb and Smoak House in good repair and one Log's Scholl House said to have
been built by the public..."

       "...the Mansion house wants covering and the wall mending, and the Kitchen Cellar Walled up and the
frame weather boarded, and some other small repairs..."

        £70 per year

FIELDS, JOHN/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 111 (1783)                    Duck Creek

        "...Four and a half Acres which is cleared Land on which there is a Frame House 16 feet by 14 Oak Roof
almost new an ornary plank Floor below, and a loose Floor of Poplar Board overhead, Brick Chimney, the Walls
in bad repair one Frame Shed adjoining said House 16 feet by 13 much in the same Repair Two other small Logg
Sheds in bad repair...The fencing in bad repair...:

       "...Logg Shed adjoining the House be Covered with an oak Shingle Roof...plastering of the dwelling
House be Repaired chimney and doors also to be Repaired and a 12 Light Window to be put in the South Side of
said House..."

St. Jones

        "...20 acre of which is Cleared and mostly in one Field under good Fence..."

        "...First mentioned Lotts...£9/10 Specie per year..."

        "...Last mentioned Tract per year £7/3/4

FIELDS, JOHN/ELIZABETH (HARRIS)/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 135 (1781)                      Duck Creek

         "...90 Acres...50 Acres cleared on which are Errected one Wooden dwelling house 30 feet by 18 a Single
story with a 10 feet shed the width of the house adjoining the same with brick Chimnies in Tolerable Good Repair
one old barn part loged and part fraim in Very bad Repair one other building of wood 20 feet by 16 Containing a
Corn Crib a Garner and stable with a cedar roof in bad repair also a hewed log's smoke house 14 feet Square
with a Cedar Roof in Good Repair..."

        "...one Other verry old dwelling house and a Round Log Shop in verry bad repair..."

        "...Old paled Guarden and fencing on said place in but indifrent repair..."

        £24 in Specie or the Exchange in paper Currantcy


St. Joneses

        "...300 acres...74 Acres are Clared on Which are Errected a scalpt Log Dwelling house 20 feet by 18 with
an Oak Roof a brick Chimne and 2 board floors. The upon one laid loose this House about 2 years built one Old
Log'd barn in bad Repair...the fencing on said place in Ordinary Repair..."

        £26 in Specie or the Exchange in paper Currantcy




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FIELES or FIELDS, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 63 (1776)                     Fork of Jones's: Dover

        "...300 Acres, on which there is a scalp'd Logged Barn with a Earthen Floor 20 feet long and 18 feet wide
with a Oak Shingle Roof in Good Repair...an old logg house in Very bad repair...the Fencing on said land in bad
Repair..."

        £24 per year

        "...one other little Tenement adjoining...a small Logg House in very bad Repair..."

        40 shillings per year

        "...there Shall be a Scalp'd Logged House built on the first mentioned Plantation 24 feet by 20 with two
plank Floors, and a Brick Chimney in the same..."

        "...no more...Timber Committed...Except for Repairing the Fences building afsd house..."


Duck Creek

        "...in the tenor of Jacob Jones said to Contain about 80 Acres on which there is a Logg & Frame Dwelling
House one Story High, 2 Rooms and 2 brick Chimneys Plank floors above and below which is in middling Good
Repair..."

         "...one other Frame Dwelling House one Story High with 2 Rooms and 2 brick Chimneys in bad repair
there is likewise an old framed barn in bad repair, one Small Corn Crib and Granary under one Roof in medling
Repair one Small Lodged Stable in Middling Repair...the fencing onsd premises in Middling Repair..."

        £25 per year

FISHER, JAMES/SALLEY ANN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 199 (1805)                    Mispillion

        $100.00 annuel value

        "...a dwelling house wanting some Repairs a Kitchen Smoke house and Corn Cribb in tolerable Repair,
an old barn which we direct repaired, a new Stable to be built...the fences in tolerable repair..."

        $66.67 annuel value

         "...the dwelling houses to be repaired, 2 Corn Cribbs and one Stable in tolerable repair...the fences in
tolerable repair..."

        $100.00 annuel value

         "...the houses all out of Repair, and directed to be repaired, also a new Barn to be built - the fences in
tolerable repair..."

FRAZER, JOHN/JOHN/CATHARINE/ALCE (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 75 (1810)

        $500.00 annuel Rent

         "...a Brick dwelling house and Brick kitchen adjoining and a Log kitchen, meat house, oven, Barn, Stable,
Poultry house, Granery and Corn Crib...said dwelling house and kitchens in pretty good repair, meat house and
oven in good repair, the Barn has been repaired...some fixing of the doors & will put it in pretty good order. - we
direct the Stable to be repaired with new - and some small repairs done to the Granery and corn crib - and
recommend that a new Corn crib be built with sawed Poplar logs; 4 new Gates to be made and hung...Ceader
rails & posts be purchased for the use of said farm..."

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FRAZER, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 39 (1775)                 Mispillion

        "...3 small Log Houses old and worth Verry Little...the fencing all in Bad Order we order that there be a
fraimed Barn Bilt...of the Demensions of 24 feet by 18 with a 10 foot Shed a long one side well covered with
Ceder..."

        £30 per year

FRAZIER, WILLIAM/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 70 (1776)                     Mispillion

         "...300 Acres of Land...in good repair with sundry Log Houses (Viz) One New dwelling House about 22
feet long and 18 feet wide in good repair, and also 3 other Log Houses much out of Repair..."

        £40 per year

        "...Shall be 14 Acres of Land cleared...there may be cleared...as much as will make the fence Strait..."

       "...likewise there Shall be a Framed Barn built 20 feet wide and 24 long with a Shed to one side 8 feet
wide and 24 feet long finished with Good Flooring..."

FREEMAN, JOHN/HENRY/NANCE/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 118 (1804)                         Town of Dover

       "...said house is built of Brick 2 Stories high, and to be repaired by placing new windows Shutters on the
windows of the ground floor, by new frames in the Cellar windows, and a new Sill in the western door..."

        $50.00 annuel value

        "...enclosed by a fence of posts and Rails, and on which are erected a brick Smoke house almost new
and in good repair, and a framed Stable in a Ruinous condition..."

        $40.00 annuel value

        "...the Stable ought to be repaired by being weatherboarded with half priced boards..."

FURLEY, RICHARD (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 205 (1796)

        "...a dwelling House which we direct to be repaired by putting a Pillar of Brick under each Corner - Also a
lodged Barn which we Order to be new Silled and well Blocked up and the Roof mended by patching - we also
find one Stable, Corn House & Smoke House Midling Repair...the fencing in tolerable repair..."

        £47/10 per Year

GILDER, HENRY/JOHN/NANCY/SARAH/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 45 (1792)

       "...a bricked hiproofed house, which wants a little repairs to the Windows, a framed Kitchen in good repair
a framed Carriage house in good repair, and also aloged dwelling house...in good repair..."

        £40 annual value

GILDER, HENRY/REUBIN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 302 (1799)

         "...one dwelling house brick one story with a Cellar under one part to be repaired as follows the windows
to be repaired and Glazed the Cellar door steps and windows made new and two small breaches in the corners of
the wall to be repaired the eves boxed and the backs and Jambs to be repaired we also find an old Kitchen to
have a Clapboard Roff also one smoke House to have a new roof a brick well and oven in midling repair one
Carriage house in good repair two Corn houses in good condition one Hen house out of repair..."

        £25 yearly rent
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GOFORTH, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 306-307 (1799)                            Murderkill

        £45 annual Value

        "...the walls of a brick House two Stories High 30 feet long and 20 feet wide and also the walls of a
Kitchen at one end and a shed at the other the wood part of the whole of said buildings has been burned as the
said walls are old and very much Split and injured by the fire...a framed dwelling House 22 feet long and 16 feet
wide that wants new silling and under pining there is also a Barn 30 feet long and 24 feet wide the roof of which is
much worn one ordinary Corn Crib and two stables in bad repair one logged Kitchen rotten not worth repairing
two good smoke Houses..."
        "...ought to be a shed built adjoining to the wooden dwelling House the whole length of said dwelling
House and 12 feet wide with a brick chimney..."

GOLDSMITH, JOHN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-pp. 207-208 (1796)

        "...one log Dwelling House about 24 foot by 18 with one shed on each end the Dwelling House has a very
leaky roughf one log Kitchen about 18 foot by 15 in bad repair..."

        "...value at 30 Bushels of good merchantable Wheat and 80 bushels of Merchantable corn..."

        "...shall build one Stable 14 foot by 10 with a floor above for the use of a Corn House..."

GOLDSMITH, JOHN/SARAH (HILLYARD)/JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) E-pp. 205-206 (1791)

        "...a Scelped logged Dwelling House 20 feet by 18 feet all in midling repair except the Roof of the dwelling
House which we Order to be new Covered with oak Shingles there is also a logged Kitchen in bad Repair 18 feet
by 16 feet which we Order to be Repaired with a brick Chimney..."

        £26 Annual Value

GOLDSMITH, JOHN/SARAH/JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 2 (1800)

         "...one frame dwelling house 24 by 18 feet in midling repair except the roof chimney and Joice which we
order to be repaired one round log Kitchen 18 by 16 feet in bad repair some new logs wanting which we order to
be put in..."

        £6 per annum

GORDON, JAMES/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 15 (1784)                            Mispillion

      "...between 70 and 80 Acres whereof about 50 Acres are Cleared and within fence on which there is a
New Log house 18 by 16..."

        "...Old Log House Very much Out of Repair...the fences in midling Repair..."

        £16 Specie per Year

        "...build a Small Corn Crib..."


GORDON, ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 152 (1771)                         poss. Duck Creek

       "...200 acres about 130 acres is Cleared with A frame Dwelling house 20 feet long & 18 wide in Midling
good repair and old log Kitchen...one frame Barn 25 feet long and 18 wide Very much out of repair..."

        yearly value £17/10



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GORDON, ROBERT/MARY/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 22-23 (1784)                           Duck Creek

         "...one Brick dwelling House 22 feet by 16 feet one Story high 2 Rooms on a floor the plastering above
Stairs much broken 28 pains of Glass wanting otherwide in good Repair one old log Kitchen with an Oak Ruff
very Leeky with same loose boards on the Loft in bad Repair one brick oven in Very bad Repair one frame Stable
and Shay house 18 feet by 16 feet Weatherboarded with Oak Clapboards the Ruff Oak Shingles the doore of the
Shay house and some of the Weather boarding wanting Other wise in good repair one frame Taylors Shop 16
feet by 14 feet with a brick Sellor and Chimney weatherboarded with Pine board and Cedar Roof'd 14 pains of
Glass wanting Otherwise in good Repair..."

        "...garden...part post and Rails in very bad Repair..."

        "...Joseph Smith...a New brick dwelling House..."

        £25 per year

         "...a frame dwelling house 30 feet by 20 feet one Story High 3 Rooms on the lower floor with a fire Place
in each Room four pains of Glass wanting an Entry and 2 Rooms above Stares with a fire Place in One Room a
Stone Cellar under the whole the Steps and Checks of Cellar Door in bad Order the Porches also in bad Order
Otherwise in Good Repair one frame Shop Adjoining 16 feet by 14 feet weatherboardered with poplar and Cedar
Ruff'd 3 windows with Glass lights wanting Otherwise in Good Repair one Saw'd log Kitchen the Other end of the
dwelling House with an earthen floor and Brick Chimney the Loft Laid with Rough Pine Boards Cedar Roof in
Tolerable Good Repair One Brick Oven in bad Repair One Pump in Good Repair One Hew'd log Smoke House
with an Oak Shingled Ruff 10 feet by 10 feet in good Repair..."

        £40 per year

GRAY, JOHN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 274 (1797)

       "...one old frame dwelling house with an 8 feet shed to one side old kitchen old smoak house old
loomhouse corn crib...fore cross fences..."

        $50.00 per year



GREEN, JAMES/NATHAN/SUSANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-pl. 191 (1804)                               Duck Creek

        "...one framed dwelling house, one framed Store House one good Smoke house and Blacksmith Shop..."

        $40.00 per year


GREEN, JAMES/NATHAN/SUSANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 57 (1809)

          "...one dwelling house, one Smoke house which is in tolerable good repair...the fencing in very bad
repair...to be made with posts and rails, with 5 rails to each pannell..."

        $26.67 annuel Rents


[GREEN, NATHAN/SUSANNAH - CHILDREN OF JAMES GREEN, ET. AL. (K.C.O.CT.) Miscellaneous
collection (ca. 1810).

          “We find one Dweling hous 32 by 18 one Story with 4 - 12 light windows below 2 -12 light windows above
& 1 - 4 light window and one Frame Kitchen 13 by 18 in Good repair. one logg meet house to be covered one
logg Stable to be Covered one logg Corn house 18 by 7 and shed thereto Carriage house 18 by 8 in midling
repaire & one old out house not worth repaireing. one apple orched of 50 trees & one peach orched of 115 trees
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1702 pannels [fence.] on the other Farm one Dwelling hous 22 by 20 in good repair 2 -12 light windows below 1 -
8 light window and 2 - 4 light windows above 1 out Dwelling house 18 by 16 in bad repair 1 meet house 12 by 12
in Good repair 1 old Corn House 12 by 6 near woreout 1 pool Stable 26 old apple trees and 6 peach trees 1979
pannels [fence.]

home place at one hundred and twelve & half Dollars
the other place at one hundred Dollars
the home place after reducing widows thirds 75 Dollars
two thirds of other place after reducing widows thirds 45 Dollars 46 Cents

one Kitchen on the other place 16 feet Square and one Corn house 18 by Eight on the other place on home place
one Granery 16 feet Square.

James Green Children nathan Green and Susannah Green hath one fifth of one Ninth Rebecah Jones hath one
Sixth of one Ninth Jeremiah Burchard hath one half of one Ninth
the heris of James Hensley hath one Ninth
Mrs[?] Shaw hath one Ninth]


GREEN, JAMES/SARA (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 56 (1784) Duck Creek

        "...the dwelling Houses, Lands and fencing...in very bad repair...2 Story Brick House with 2 Rooms on a
floor and a Cellar under the whole the fencing of little or no Account..."

        £15 Specie yearly Value


GREEN, JAMES/SARAH (HAWKINS) (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 179 (1788)                          Duck Creek

       "...a Two Story Brick Dwelling House, 30 feet by 20 very much out of Repair, The flores hardly safe to go
on. The Roof full of holes by no means safe agains the Weather, window Frames are all Rotten, Shetters gon,
No Sashes, but one dore frame, the dores Broke all to pieces, No Cellar dore..."

        £9/10 per year

GREEN, JAMES/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 66 (1810)                         Duck Creek

         "...one log dwelling house 16 by 18 one Story with Sedar Roof lately rebuilt one front door & one back
door, one nine light window in each side, one with Sash and Glazed, the other we recommend to have new sash
& Glazed, we find one window of 12 lights in Gable end with one pane jof Glass and recommend 11 pains Glass
put in, one corn Crib tolerable order, one Small smoke house the logs up, rafters and laiths on the same we
Recommend it to be covered with half price board, the fences in tolerable repair we recommend a sufficient
quantity of Sedar Rails purchased every year to repair and keep the fence in Sufficient order..."

        $30.67 annually


GREEN, SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 125 (1780)                        Duck Creek

        £25 per year

       "...Repairs Viz. 2 Door frames one door one Cellar Ditto two window frames 3 pair window Shutters one
porch one Stable to be 16 feet by 12 feet and find for the house 33 pains window Glass 8 inches by 10 inches..."




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GREEN, SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 128 (1787)                       Duck Creek

        "...20 Acres...old Brick House 36 by 21 feet, two Story high, having 2 Rooms on a Floor and a Sellar
under the whole, the Roof being Almost entirely worn out, four Windows below Stairs containing 18 lights (16) do.
above Stairs wh. 15 lights - the Frames Shutters and Sashes all wanting The Floors very bad, the Sellar Window
and door also wanting...the fencing in bad Repair..."

        £15 per year

        "...said House to be Repaired wh. a new Roof and new Window Fraims, Also Sashes & Glass..."

GRIFFEN, OWEN/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 140 (1771)                             Murderkill

        "...120 acres is now Cleared and within Good fence - on Which there is a fram'd Dwelling House, 16 ft by
12 in good repair - One Saw'd Log'd Barn, much
impair'd, one Log'd Kitchen out of repair a (frail'd) Garden...One other framed House with a Shed thereto in good
Repair..."

        yearly value £30

GRIFFIN, JOHN/JACOB/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 201 (1805)

        $30.00 Annually

         "...one dwelling house and Kitchen, one Stable one Grist Mill...the said dwelling house should have a new
roof with oak Shingles, the division fence...to be made new, the outside fence to be repaired...a new Country
boulting Cloth in the Mill..."

GRIFFIN, SAMUEL/THOMAS/ISAAC (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 309 (1799)

         "...a loged dwelling House 27 feet by 20 feet with two rooms on a floor two Brick Chimneys with plank
floors above and below Four Glass windows two Doors, with a shed or Piaza in front the Length of the House a
loged Kitchen 24 feet by 18 Feet Brick chimney floor above and below in Tolerable repair Brick Granary 15 feet
Square plank floor below Loged smoke House 10 feet by 8 feet Hen House 12 feet by 8 feet in good order brick
oven in bad repair Corn crib 20 feet by 7 feet in good repair old Carriage House in very bad Repair old Loged
Stable about 20 feet by 16 feet in very bad repair Frame Barn 24 feet by 20 feet Plank floor Cedar Roof good and
Weatherboarding Tolerable good sheds at Each End 20 feet by 10 feet Covering and weather bording in tolerable
repair old Cow Shed about half Covered..."

        £75 yearly Rent

        "...build a Corn Crib 20 feet by 7 feet to be covered with oak Shingles to Cover the brick granary with oak
Shingles and to build or repair the Carriage House..."

          "...a loged House 18 feet by 16 feet Brick chimney Earthen floor below Plank above the roof in roof in bad
repair a shed adjoining 18 feet by 12 feet Brick Chimney Plank floor above and below small smoke house in bad
repair..."

        £22/10 per year

        "...cover the present dwelling House with oak shingles to weatherbord it with oak bords to have sashes
and glass Put in it to have the Lower floor laid to build a corn crib and Stable and to build a smoke House 12 feet
by 10 feet to be covered with oak Shingles..."




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GRIFFIN, WILLIAM/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 193 (1804)                    Duck Creek

        "...one log dwelling House about 18 feet square in very bad repair, one old log Kitchen in bad repair...the
fences are also in very bad repair...to repair the dwelling house by taking down the Chimney and putting it up
again, weatherboarding the Ends of the House and cover the same with Oak Shingles, and the Kitchen is to be
repaired by putting a new oak shingle Roof on one side...to build a new Corn Cribb with sawed loggs 8 feet by 18
and one new Stable 12 feet by 18 of sawed logs..."

        $60.00 per Annum


GRIFFIN, WILLIAM/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 193 (1804)                   Duck Creek

        "...one log dwelling House 16 by 18 feet in but bad repair...the fences are also in bad repair...put new sills
under the House, top off the Chimney and put up a plain breast work...to build one Sawed log Kitchen 16 feet
square, one sawed log Stable 10 feet by 16..."

        $70.00 per Annum


GRIFFIN, WILLIAM/WILLIAM/EZEKIEL/BARTHIA/CHARLES (K.C.O.CT.) E-pp. 120-121 (1792)
Duck Creek

        "...1 Log Dwelling House with 2 rooms on a floor...put a new roof on said House and wetherboard it, 1
Frame smoke House in bad repair, 1 Log Stable in bad repair, and we allow him to build a small Log Kitchen, 1
Log Corn House in midling good repair, one Log Barn on Hand 22 feet by 18 to be finished...the Fencing in but
midling repair..."

        £40 per annum


HALL, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 218 (1773)                             Mispillion

        "...100 acres...about 60 acres thereof cleared divided unto 4 fields the 3 corner fields nearly equal in size
And the uper field to contain about 10 acres, all in Very Bad Repair likewise 2 log'd houses, one wherein John
Curtis now lives, and one where in William Winsmore now lives. Both old and out of Repair..."

        "...there need no more cleared land...then to Straighten the fence on the west side of the Plantation next to
the road..."

        "...shall Put the whole place in good Tenantable order. And Repair the house wherein Curtis lives in by
Putting 2 new hewed logs under each side and end Immeadiately...and at the Experation of 7 years that he shall
Build one fraimed house 20 feet by 16 on the place where said Curtis now lives..."

        yearly value £16


HALL, WINLOCK/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 6 (1791)                                        Mispillion - 1782

       "...a Brick Dwelling house One Story and a half high, 19 feet by 16 feet, Kitchen Smoak House, Milk-
House, 2 Corn-Cribbs, and a Smiths Shop, all in reasonable good repair..."

        "...shall Build...a frame Barn...22 feet by 18, 12 feet between (Joice), to put a cedar Roof on the same..."

        £15 annual value

       "...a frame dwelling House 26 feet by 20 feet 2 Story high some-what out of repair, a Cook-House, Smoke-
House, Milk-House, Corn-Cribb & Stable in Reasonable Repair..."
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        £13 per year

        "...a Logg-House 20 by 16 feet in a Deceased State...shall build...a frame House One Story high 20 feet
by 16 feet to erect a brick Chimney in the same to cover the House with Cedar Shingles to put 2 Doors, Upper and
Under floors and a plain facing and Stair Case..."

        £18 per Annum

        "...a Logged House 16 feet by 18 feet..."

        £7 per Annum


HAM, JOHN/BENJAMIN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 293 (1799)                             Dover

        "...a Dwelling house one Story High of 3 additions 2 of Logs and one of frame one log meat House one
Spring House and one Corn Crib in midling repair one old log Barn in a ruinous condition..."

         "...The new log addition to be finished with two floors a Chimney and Under Pinned and Pointed old ditto
the floor to be repaired and under pinned old Barn to have a new floor new sills and weather boarded one log
House one Story and half High in a ruinous Condition and one Ditto Formerly a Blacksmith shop in the same
case..."


HAM, JOHN/CHARLES (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 294 (1799)                              Dover

         "...a two story Framed dwelling house in good repair a new milk house a log Kitchen in good repair a log
stable with ruinous shed adjoining an old log smoke House and log cyder House both in a ruinous Condition a log
corn crib and log stable in a ruinous Condition a pump much worn and out of order...a small log Hen House in
midling a small log House...in midling repair..."


HAM, JOHN/MARY/LURANNA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 293 (1799)                                 Dover

         "...a Log Dwelling House one Story high in a ruinous condition one log Kitchen in bad repair one corn crib
in midling repair one Log House one Story high...a new well..."

        "...The Dwelling House to be new Covered new Chimney new under Floor new sills & Weather Boarded
the Kitchen to have a new Chimney & doors under Pinn'd and pointered..."


HAM, JOHN/SUSANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 294 (1799)                             Dover

      "...a Log dwelling House One Story High in a ruinous Condition...The House to be new Covered new
Chimney Floors to be repaired and pointed a new Corn Crib to be built..."


HAMM, JOHN/MARY/SUSANNAH/LURANA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 171 (1805)                                         Dover

         "...one log dwelling house 20 feet long by 18 feet wide with a Brick Chimney with 2 plank floors, and in
other respects in tolerable good Repair, - on small round loged corn Cribb in bad repair...one other log House 22
feet by 18 in a ruinous condition one other log building 18 feet by 16 in bad repair, - as well one other small log
House in a rotten State..."

        "...the fencing in but midling repair..."

        £40 Annuelly
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HARDISTY, HUTCHINS/JOHN/GARRETSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 101 (1803)

        "...one loged dwelling house 20 feet by 16..."

        $30.00 per year

HARPER, JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 12 (1788)                                   Mispillion - 1782

        "...one old Logg'd House 18 feet Long by 15 feet wide wide One old Kitchen 16 by 12 feet, 1 very old corn
Cribb 12 by 6 feet...has built a new framed House, 16 feet square also a new Corn Cribb 12 by 5 feet, there is a
small shed belonging to old House & its moved to the side of the new House..."

HAZEL, JAMES/MATTHEW (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 205 (1802)                                   Duck Creek

         "...a frame dwelling house about 36 feet by 18 feet, with a good Cedar Roof 2 Dorman Windows front and
2 back (the weatherboarding in good order) with 21 panes of Glass in Dorman Windows, Piaza in front paved with
Brick the lower ends of the posts Rotten off the Piaza Sealed above, 2 Rooms below in the House, in best room 2
windows, only 2 panes of Glass wanting back and front doors in good order, brick chimney fire place in good
repair breastworkwainscotting Stairs and Cubbard doors good order, Beaufat Glass doors and in good order the
Glass all good, Plaistered, the Plaistering on Ceiling chiefly broke down -- Little room the floor bad, 2 doors good 2
windows 8 panes of Glass broke out, Stairs and Stairdoor good chimney and fire place good except the hearth --
Up Stairs over best room unfinished the Stairway good and window fully Glazed -- Over Little room boarded up on
the sides about 3-1/2 feet high little fireplace, small Closet and door the rest unfinished -- Brick Kitchen and entry
24 feet by 18 feet Oak Roof in very bad repair, in Entry front and Back door the front door in bad order the back
door in good order, good pine floor, plaistered and beginning to break away, wash boards & Sirbace, door
between entry and Kitchen, good front and back door to Kitchen, good Kitchen floor paved with Brick, fire place in
good order shelves in very good order, closet and Stairway good, not plaistered, Kitchen Stairs unfinished, dorman
windows 5 panes of Glass broke, Small fire place up Stairs, good brick Milk House, adjoining back door of Entry
paved with Brick 2 windows bad order Steps down the same, good floor above Brick Granery about 16 feet square
with a good Cellar paved with Brick 2 floors in Granery doors into the Cellar & Granery good repair, back window
good, Smoke house about 10 feet square of Logs oak roof all in bad order, brick oven Covered in tolerable repair,
Brick draw well good Loged Quarter about 24 feet by 16 feet, 2 fire places and brick Chimney the logs old oak roof
in but bad repair -- Old log stable about 18 feet by 12 feet the logs bad the Roof good for nothing, -- Cart house
about 12 feet square frame the Walls and roof all in very bad order, -- Log Barn about 26 feet by 20 feet the logs
good except the front, no floor, Sheded all round except the front with a frame, the Barn Roof, the Shed roofs and
the weatherboarding all of Oak and in very bad repair..."

        "...The kitchen...to be covered with oak Shingles..."

        £36 Annuel Sum

HERRINGTON, GIDEON/MERRICK/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 141 (1779)

        "...50 Acres of land...about 30 of which are Clared the plantation in bad Repair and on the same is one Old
Round Loged dwelling dwelling House 18 by 16 feet Covered with feather Edg'd Shingles and one Corn House 12
by 8 of Split Logs Coved with Clapboards tolerable good and one Small Old Loged house 16 by 12 not worth
Repairing..."

        £6 per year

HERRINGTON, GIDEON/MERRICK/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 227 (1789)
           "...one very old round log'd dwelling house 18 foot by 16 covered with feather edged Shingles worth very
little...one Corn house 12 by 8 of split logs covered with boards..."

         "...a small dwelling house built on the Land about 18 foot by 16 of Scalped logs with a shingled Roof and a
brick chimney in it..."

        £6 per Annum Specie gold and Silver
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HERRINGTON, SUSANAH/AGNES/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 256 (1790)                                        Murderkill

        £20 per annum

        "...there be built...a framed barn 18 feet long and 16 feet Wide to be Weather boarded With Cedar board &
Covered With Oak Shingles and to be floored with plank one Inch & half thick, and also one Kitchen to be built
thereon 14 feet long and 12 feet Wide out of Cedar loggs and covered with Oak Shingles and to have a Brick
Chimney...a Smoak house be built thereon 12 feet long and 10 feet Wide of Hughed logs and Covered With Oak
Shingles and also that there be a framed Well Sunk...Cellar doors made to the Cellar under the dwelling house
and also to glaze the Windows...to (Reef Cart) East Side and North end of said dwelling house..."


HICKEY, THOMAS/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 269 (1790)

         "...one hewed Log dwelling house about 20 by 18 feet, one New shed Room adjoining Not finished, which
is to be Sealed and lined with the Cedar boards already prepared for that purpose on the premises, one new
hewed log kitchen about 16 by 14 feet, to have a brick Chimney built on it, one hewed log Smoke house about 14
by 12 feet, one old Log'd Stable..."

        £37/10 per Annum

HILFORD, THOMAS/DAVID (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 117 (1791)                                   Mispillion - 1782

         "...one dwelling House, 27 by 18 feet; one Kitchen 20 by 16 feet almost new, 2 old corn Cribbs, one 16 by
8, the other 12 feet by 6 feet, one very old stable 12 feet by 10 feet..."

        £15 per year


HILL, LEVIN/ANN/MARY/JOSHUA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 253 (1807)

         "...a good 2 Story dwelling house 28 by 16 with a Shed adjoining in good repair with Cook house in
tolerable Repair one Stable in bad repair, Carriage house and Corn Cribbs in good Repair, Smoke house in bad
repair...2000 pannels of Fence in good Repair...to build a Smoke house with logs of an old Granery and cover the
Stable..."

        $180.00 annuel Rent


HILLYARD, CHRISTOPHER/CHRISTOPHER/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 151 (1803)                       Duck Creek

         "...one log dwelling house about 24 feet by 18 feet, with a brick Chimney plank floor, 2 doors, oak Roof in
bad order, a log kitchen about 15 feet by 12 feet, dirt chimney oak roof in bad order, one door log Stable about 12
feet by 10 feet in tolerable repair, Log Corn Crib about 18 feet by 6 feet in bad repair...a log dwelling House about
20 feet by 18 feet brick chimney in bad Order floor above and below both in bad order 2 doors no windows, the
logs tolerable good, the but ordinary...the first above mentioned dwelling house ought to be covered with oak
Shingles, a floor laid above of pine, that there should be a breast work put in the house, and that thouse ought to
be weather boarded with oak, that the Kitchen and corn Cribb ought to be covered with Oak..."

        £20 annuel Sum


HILLYARD, JOSEPH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 200 (1772)

        "...250 acres and about 90 acres clear'd with a log Dwelling house an old Kitchen and Corn Crib all said
Buildings in ordinary Repair and fencing also in ordinary Repair..."

yearly value £45
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HOLSTON, BENJAMIN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 103 (1768)

        "...60 acres Cleared part much worn out and one Loghouse...the Dwelling House wanting the upper floor,
the fencing not in Tenantable Repair..."

        "...leave the Plantation, House and Orchard in good Tenantable repair..."

        yearly value £6

HOPKINS, JAMES/WILLIAM/SARAH/WAITMAN/JAMES/ELIZABETH/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 161 (1795)
            Mispillion

        £15 per Annum

        "...an Old Logg Dwelling House, an Old Logg Kitchen, a Logg Barn..."

        "...Build on the premisis a comfortable Dwelling House, and Also Kitchen..."

HOUSTON, ELIJAH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 229 (1773)

          "...40 acres of Arable Land (exclusive of the widows thirds) Laid Off in 2 fields...Lying Open to said field,
One Log'd House the under floor Laid with plank, One old well Little worth; The fencing on the premises in Midling
repair..."

        yearly value £3 1st year

        yearly value £8 afterwards

        "...the fencing to be put & left in Tenantable repair..."

HOUSTON, ELIJAH/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 227-228 (1797)

        "...One old lodged dwelling with a brick chimney and 2 verry indifferent out houses..."

        "...one other old lodged dwelling house with a brick chimney verry indifferent..."

        "...1333 pannels of fence, old and in bad repair..."

      "...dwelling houses shold be removed to a more convenient part of said farm...building the Corn house and
smoake house..."

        £18 per year

HOWARD, ABNER/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 105 (1811)                              Mispillion

         "...a dwelling house erected one Story high in bad repair 20 feet by 18, one Kitchen 15 feet by 13 in
tolerable repair..."

        "...the dwelling house to be repaired, and a new corn crib built 8 feet by 10..."

        $24.00 per year

HOWARD, ABNER/MARY/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) G-pp. 84-85 (1803)                               Mispillion

       "...one dwelling house 20 by 18 feet, the Roof in very bad repair, one Kitchen 15 & 13 feet (...has put a
new roof on...) the fencing in very ordinary repair..."

        £8 per year
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HOWARD, ABNER/MARY/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 73 (1810)                                         Mispillion
     $24.00 per year

         "...the house ought to have a new roof and other necessary repairs,--and repair the stable & build a new
corn crib 14 feet long and 7 feet wide..."

HOWELL, MARY/ABIGAIL/SAMUEL/THOMAS/HANSON (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 53 (1792)
     Jones's

       "...dwelling house of hewed Logs and one frame Kitchen both which we order to be new covered and
weather boarded, the windows Glazed and the Cellar walls repaired and one frame Barn to be covered and
weatherboarded: one frame shed Granery to be covered a new; one Shed Chaff House, to be new covered: and
2 Old Corn Cribs and one Stable all covered under one Roof, we order a new Roof and new Logs put in where the
Old ones are rotten: and one Smoak house in middling repair..."

        £120 per Annum

         "...a framed dwelling house which we order to be under pined wt. brick new Sill'd, weatherboarded and the
floor repaired new plastered, and the windows Glazed; one frame Kitchen to be repaired by new silling
weatherboarding and new Roof and the Chimney repaired: One brick Shed, to have a new Roof and a new door:
and one loged Barn which we order to be repaired by weatherboarding the wall and Gable ends; also one Shed
Stable to have some clabboards put on the corner part..."

       £35 per year
Murderkill

      "...one loged dwelling House which we direct to have one round of new logs a new Roof and brick
Chimney and upper floor laid, one Corn house one loged Stable, one loged Kitchen to be new Covered..."

        £6 annual Rent

HOWELL, SAMUEL/THOMAS/HANSON (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 9 (1808)                             Dover or Murderkill

         "...a loged dwelling house with a frame room adjoining and loged Kitchen a frame room adjoining and
loged Kitchen a frame Barn 2 Corn houses, 2 Small loged Stables, and a loged Smoke house, all in good
order...under tolerable fence..."

        $64.00 per year

         "...mansion farm and Mill, we order a new roof on the dwelling house, we find a Brick Smoke house 2
stables a Carriage house and 3 Corn houses all in Good order...we find Gear and inside works of the Grist Mill in
good repair, the Mill house we direct to be repaired by a new Roof, and one side and one end weatherboarded,
the brick work to be repaired next to the water wheel, we also direct the Corn Kiln to have a new Roof and floor we
also order a new set waste Gates to be settled in the dam of said Mill also the safe Gates to be Repaired..."

        $300.00 per year

          "...2 Corn houses and a Stable all old and crazy, a loged dwelling house, which we order to be
weatherboarded and covered, we find also a frame Room adjoining not worth repairing, we direct a frame addition
built at the west end of said Loged room 14 feet wide and 18 feet long 2 Stories high, a frame Kitchen also to be
built 18 feet long and 14 feet wide, and one Stable 14 feet by 22, and also a new Barn 20 feet wide and 25 feet
Long..."

        $220.00 annuel Rent
        "...under tolerable fence...a 2 Story dwelling house frame, and a frame Kitchen both in but tolerable repair,
2 Corn houses and one Stable, we order a new Smoke house 12 feet long and 10 feet wide..."

        $80.00 per year
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HUDSON, ALEXANDER/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 174 (1805)                              Murderkill

        "...a framed dwelling house 20 by 18 feet one and half Story high...to be new Silled, and weatherboarding
repaired...one Corn Cribb one meat House, and Stable...the fencing in bad repair..."

        £15 annually

        "...to be one logged House to be built of the seize of 18 by 16 feet..."

HUDSON, JOHN/LYDIA/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 220 (1796)                                Dover

        "...one fraim dwelling house with 2 rooms one brick chimney in but bad repair, one other old dwelling
house in bad repair, one old logg corn crib in but bad repair one old log stable in but bad repair..."

        £20 per year

HUNN,NATHANIAL/ANN/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 119 (1804)

        "...near Forrest Landing..."

        "...one dwelling House 16 by 32 feet one Story high, 1 loged Smoke house stable and corn cribb...in
midling repair...filling in the Kitchen part of the aforesaid House with Brick..."

        £30 per year

        "...a dwelling House about 20 by 30 feet two Stories high, with a kitchen Smoke House, old Stable a Small
dry good Store, and one other small dwelling house one Story and an half high about 14 by 16 feet -- with two
Grain Stores and one shed...all in midling repair, except the hiped Roofed grain Store, the small dwelling House
and Garden fences...to be repaired-and if the roof of the large Grain Store Should leak...also be repaired..."

        £60 per year

       "...a two Story dwelling House about 28 by 18 feet with a Kitchen stable and carriage House and a Small
dry Good Store House about 16 by 20 feet..."

        £20 per year

JACKSON, CALEB/JONATHAN/MARY/CHARLES/ANN/CALEB (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 205 (1805)
     Murderkill

         "...Two Story Brick House...a Kitchen, Smoke House & Stable, found the dwelling house in good repair,
also the Smoke house, the Kitchen Stable & fence in bad repair...completed the Cellar way and doors to the
dwelling house, being new, Rough cast the smoke House which was built of Sammon bricks and needed it, and
built a Chimney in the Kitchen..."

        $60.00 per year

JACKSON, DANIEL/DANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 66 (1801)

        £20 per year

        "...one Barn 18 by 20..."

JACKSON, DANIEL/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 66 (1801)

      £10 per year
      "...one old loged dwelling House, one Corn house...build a frame dwelling house 16 by 18 with a brick
Chimney and plank floors, above and below..."
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JACKSON, EBENEZER/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 120 (1803)

        "...one loged dwelling House, also the wall of a Corn Crib which order to be covered with oak
boards...fences...in very bad repair..."

        $30.00 per year

JACKSON, ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 171 (1772)

        "...100 acors or thereabouts & about 80 acors Cleared with a log Dwelling house about 25 feet in length &
15 feet wide in Ordnery repair and One other old log house at the South East End..."

        "...Shall not Be made any use of as a Dwelling House..."

        yearly value £6

        "...all Necessary Repairs Done..."

JACKSON, JOSEPH/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 57-58 (1801)

       "...a dwelling House about 16 feet square and shed adjoining in very bad repair, one old house in a
manner down..."

        "...repair the dwelling House and shed, and to buid a new corn House..."

        $30.00 per year

JACKSON, JOSEPH/NANCY/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 286 (1790)

        "...one frame dwelling house in bad repair One Log kitchen in tolerable good Repair..."

        £17 Yearly Rent

        "...build One Smoke house of 12 feet square of Hewed Loggs and one corn Crib 18 feet long by 6 feet..."

JACKSON, JOSEPH/NOAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 35 (1798)

       "...one dwelling house 18 feet by 20 feet in good repair with oen Addition 18 by 24 feet in Midling repair
one Barn 18 by 24 feet in Midling repair one old corn crib 16 by 18 in bad repair 2 other small houses in bad repair
3000 pannels of worm fence in bad repair...to build one Smoak house and repair the Dwelling house..."

        £42/10 annual rent

JACKSON, NOAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 11 (1791)

        £22/10 yearly value

       "...a good 2 Story Brick dwelling House, a frame House, adjoining it in midling Order, a good frame Barn,
Corn Cribb Carriage House, a Smoke House, a small Logg House with Brick Chimney..."

JAMERSON, THOMAS & GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 24 (1792)                                       Duck Creek

        "...a Dwelling House about 40 feet by 18 feet in midling Repair, and the Roof which we direct to be new
covered with Oak Shingles as soon as necessary excepting about 24 panes of Glass which we order to put in:
One Spinning house 16 feet by 12 feet in good repair, one Sider House 12 feet square in midling repair, One Logg
Kitchen in midling repair except ye. Chimney, which we order to be repaired, one Logg Stable in bad repair which
we order to be new Covered with Oak Shingles, one Smoak House to be repaired with a new Roff of oak Shingles,
one Barn and Shed not worth repairing..."
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        £70 annual value

Little Creek
         "...a Logg Dwelling House about 18 feet Square in bad Repair; which we order to be repaired with a New
Roof of oak Shingles, and Chimney repaired; also One pen of Loggs which we order to be covered with
Clabboards for a Kitchen also one small Stable in midling repair..."

       "...a Logged Dwelling House about 20 feet by 18 feet which we order to be repaired with a Shingle Roof
and a Chimney..."

        £30 annual value

JAMES, ISAIAH/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 85 (1810)                                       Mispillion

          "...2 Story frame dwelling house 32 by 18 feet with a Cellar - adjoining is a Brick 2 Story house 20 by 16
feet in tolerable repair, except the porch which wants repairing, a Smoke house in tolerable repair, a log stable
wants repairing, a Carriage house in tolerable repair..."

        $133.33 per year

        "...a frame Store house one Story and a half high 27 by 16 feet...in good repair..."

        $53.33 per year

        "...a Tanyard as follows, a Curriers Shop adjoining the Brick dwelling together with the Cellar under the
Brick dwelling.-back of said Houses is a Mill house 42 by 28 feet wants repairing, a Bark house 45 by 28 feet, with
a Shed 18 feet wide in tolerable repair, a Beam house wants repairing, 48 laying vats -- 3 lime vats, 4 bate vats, 2
pool vats..."

        $100.00 per year

        "...a frame 2 Story house...in tolerable repair, but wants a porch, A Kitchen wants repairing a Smoke
house in tolerable repair..."

        $53.33 per year

JAMES, JOHN/ABEL/SUSANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 227 (1797)                               Dover

        "...a poplar loged dwelling house, a smoak house, an old black smith shop very much out of repair, the lot
is enclosed with a worm fence of oak rails about 6 rails high..."

      £9 yearly
JAMISON, ANDREW/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 138 (1794)

         "...one frame dwelling house about 32 by 21 feet which we order to have a new flor in the outward room,
and the floor in the inward room to be pieced, porches repaired, and Cellar steps repaired, one new smoke house
to be built 12 by 10 feet scalped Logs, covered with oak shingles...one corn crib 16 by 6 in midling repair, one new
stable, to have some new logs put in, a new Barn 20 by 18 feet of sawed logs to be covered with cedar shingles,
10 feet to be layed with 2 Inch sawed Gum and 10 do. to be layed with Inch board..."

        £25 per Annum

JARRAD, JAMES/WILLIAM           (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 233 (1783)                         Murtherkill

        "...250 Acres or upwards whereof about 70 Acres is now Clared and within fence on which there is a Log
Dwelling House much ot of Repair..."

        £12 Specie per year
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JARRELL, (ELEAZER)/RICHARD (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 34 (1801)

        "...the following repair...a Kitchen 16 feet Square Smoke house 12 feet Square a corn crib 16 feet by 6 and
a Stable 20 feet by 12 to be built..."

        £13/10 per year

JOHNSON, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 53 (1775)

        "...80 Acors cleared and in Tenantable Repair with one Dwelling House 35 feet long & 18 feet wide with 2
Rooms on aflore in good Repair wit a Seller 18 feet wide and 15 Long and one Logg Kitchen 20 feet long & 16 feet
wide in ornary Repair and 3 old Corn Cribbs, and one Small Logg Stable 20 feet Long and 16 wide and also one
other Small Stable and old Smoke House..."

        "...old Logg House Standing on the East side...much out of Repair..."

        £30 per year

JONES, BENJAMIN/SILAS (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 65 (1776)                                 Murderkill

        "...1 Dwelling House 25 by 18 Brick Chimney Plank floured above and below in Bad order to be covered
with Short Shingles and Put in New Rafters where wanting new Sills if wantin and Repaired well. 1. Do..20 by 16
Brick Chimney to be Covered with Long Shingles weather Boared and Repaired well.1.Do..18 by 16 in Perty Good
Repair. 1 Barn 20 by 18 in Perty Good Repair..."

        £22 per year

JONES, BENJAMIN/SILAS (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 138 (1781)                                Murderkill

      "...300 and Odd Acres about 100 Acres Thereof Clared with one dwelling frame House with a Brick
Chimney therein in midling Repair one Old Loged Smoak House one Corn Crib...The fence in General in pretty
Good Order..."

        "...value...Twenty Four pounds Specie..."

       "...one framed house be built Adjoining the Old House 20 feet by 18 and one fraimed Barn 22 feet by 18
Also one hewed Logg Stable difftailed up 20 feet by 25..."

JONES, JACOB (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 5-6 (1774)                        Duck Creek

        "...250 Acres. About 150 Acres thereof cleared, on which are on Brick Tenement, One Part thereof 20 feet
Square 2 Story high, with a Celler under the same, The Other Part 20 Feet by 26 Feet a a Single Story both
Appartments in Good repair, one fraimed Kitchen in Middling repair one old Framed barn 30 feet Square with Two
10 feet Sheds. Adjoining thereto in very bad Repair one round Logd house 18 feet by 16 with an Oak roof almost
new. A Stone and brick Milch house about 10 feet Square in good repair, an old brick shed Adjoining the dwelling
house in very bad repair, a very old logd smoke house, a very

Ordinery and (Cow) house under the Same roof. a Pailed Garden About 160 Feet in Length & about 90 feet in
width in good repair...the fencing in general...bad repair an Old water Pump in bad repair..."

        £33 per year

JONES, LEWIS/HANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 122-123 (1779)                      Little Creek

         "...60 or 70 Acres...40 Acres are Cleared with one hew'd log Dwelling House one log Kitchen a Corn Crib
all in midling Repair and fincing in in midling Repair..."

        £70 per year
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JONES, ZACHARIAH/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 293 (1790)                                Mispillion

         "...one log dwelling house 24 feet by 18 one Small log Smoak hous one Corn hous both of Which is very
indifferent..."

        £7/10 per Year

KENNEDY, DAVID/DAVID (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 124-125 (1804)                     Duck Creek

          "...a Brick messuage and Kitchen, the messuage two Stories high, 37 feet in length, and 21 feet in
breadth, a Celler underneath the whole, divided into 3 apartments in common Repair, 2 Cellar doors, the one front
and the other back, with 2 wooden windows in the same, 2 porches the one back and the other front, 2 front and
one back door, 3 rooms and an entry on the first floor, the front room in an unfinished State, and fitted up with
Counter and Shelves for a Store, in the back room there is a corn Cupboard 3 fire places on the first floor, in the
first Story there is one window in the front and two in the back part thereof sash and Glass in the Second Story 4
rooms all well finished and in good order and in good order, with 3 windows in the front and 2 in the Back part
thereof sash and Glass, 2 Rooms in the Garrett unfinished, with 2 windows, the one front the other Back Glazed,
with a Cedar Roof over the whole in ordinary Repair...new steps be made to the fron Cellar door and that the
Crack in the North end of the House be repaired and 2 new window sills to be put in, and the Roof around the
Chimnies repaired, the kitchen is one Story high 14 feet in length and 10 feet in breadth one door with 2 windows
having neither Sash nor Glass, the floor paved with Brick, an Iron crane in the Chimney, a pine floor above, with a
good Cedar roof over the whole, a brick oven opening into the said Kitchen which we recommend to have a roof
Built over it..."

        "...a frame Stable and Carriage house (under one Cedar Roof) 22 feet square weatherboarded with Cedar
slabbs in middling good repair, used as a Stable and for a Garden (under post and Rail fence)..."

        £35 yearly

         "...a Brick messuage adjoining the herein before described Brick messuage...35 feet in length and 8 feet in
Breadth 2 Stories high a cellar underneath the whole with an Outside door opening into the same (which we
advise repaired) a back window therin, 2 rooms on the first floor, one fire place in the back room with a stair case
in the front Room thereof, door, and window in the front Glazed, and a door window front and back opening into
them, plaistering much fallen down and a good Cedar roof over the shole..."

        £12 per year

         "...a frame two Story wooden Shop...24 feet in length and 12 feet in breadth, weatherboarded with Inch
pine, the floor in the first Story of Oak, and the floor in the upper Story of pine having 4 windows with Shutters,
containing 44 panes of Glass a back and front door, all under a Cedar Roof, also an old shed frame adjoining the
same 15 feet in length and 12 feet in breadth weather boarding Rotten and almost all fallen off - the Roof in
Ruins,...the same be weatherboarded and a new roof put thereon..."

        £7/10 a year

        "...Two one Story log dwelling houses, about 14 feet square with brick Chimney..."

        £22/10 yearly rent


Little Creek

"...a brick and frame dwelling house, a part where of Brick is 2 Stories high and 21 feet in length and 18 feet in
breadth, a Cellar underneath, Cellar door in bad order, two cellar windows, a new porch, only one Room on the
first floor, one outside door 3 windows in the first Story with Shutters Glazed except 7 panes of Glass broken, one
fire place breast work good floor a Beaufat with Sash and Glass except 6 panes broken out, one room in the
Second Story 4 windows glazed laithed and plaistered above and below, tho it is much fallen down all under a
Cedar roof in common repair, one other part whereof Brick 22 feet in length and 18 feet in breadth, one Story and
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covered with a hip roof one room below plaistered the floor much worn and ordinary, a good breast work, 2 outside
doors opening into the same the frames whereof want repairing, 2 windows in the same Glazed except 3 panes
broke out, 2 rooms and one entry above plaistered but much broken and falling, 3 dormer windows with only a few
panes of Glass therein in bad condition, a Cedar roof over the whole both old and leaky, the brick wall near the
ground Cracked and dangerous, one other park whereof a 2 Story frame 18 feet in length and 12 feet in breadth
weatherboarded with inch Cedar boards, one room below Stairs, agood floor, 2 windows in the first Story with
Sash Glass and Shutters, fire place therein, laithed and plaistered, the room in the Second Story hath 3 windows
Sash and Glass except 8 panes broken out, a Stair case laithed and plaistered the whole under a Cedar Roof,
Also thereon a framed Granery weather boarded with Cedar 25 by 20 feet square 2 floors all under a Cedar roof in
common repair, a Carriage house with a Shed roof adjoining the before described granery in bad repair.--a log
kitchen 20 by 18 feet one Story earth floor below plank floor above, a brick chimney all under a Cedar roof in
ordinary repair, an old one Story log shop 10 by 12 feet, oak roof gable ends in bad repair earth floor, door broken
down, a frame draw well in good order a small log smoke house 10 by 12 feet oak roof Cedar Gable ends in good
repair...a corn crib in the worst repair, a log Stable 18 by 16 feet one Story covered with Cedar boards in common
repair a frame Barn 25 by 20 cedar weatherboarding a good floor door and window covered with Cedar Shingles
in good repair...should be raised and set on Stone pillars...the hip roofed part of the dwelling house be repaired
raised higher with brick and made a square roof of, that the old corn cribb be repaired and a new Corn cribb
built..."

        £120 yearly Rent

KENNEDY, DAVID/MARGARETT (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 124 (1804)                               Duck Creek

         "...one Story high 16 by 24 feet - 2 rooms - 2 doors 2 windows with Sash and 9 panes of Glass therein -
there are 2 fire places breast work and a Stair Case - 2 rooms above ceiled with Boards a plank floor below and
above weatherboarding in bad order, front porch a wreck hearths in bad order, neither lathed or plastered above
nor below Stairs, front door broken one of the Sills of the house rotten there is a Stair case and Closet, there is
also a log Kitchen under a cedar roof having 2 windows and one door--all in ruins we advise a new door made, the
house new silled, and put on Brick pillars and the weatherboarding repaired..."

        £12/10 yearly rent

         "...one Story brick and frame Messuage...having 2 rooms on the first floor, an out side front and back door,
2 windows in the back...no sash, there is one fire place, floors of plank above and below, all under an old Sedar
Roof...a Log Kitchen 15 by 11 feet square one Story high the roof whereof is rotten and a few of the logs are
rotten, the door is gone...the Kitchen to be repaired with new logs a new roof, door made, that the Brick Chimney
Standing thereon be repaired..."

        £10 yearly Rent

KENNEDY, DAVID/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 120 (1804)                            Duck Creek

        "...a frame School House in Duck Creek cross Roads 30 by 15 feet weatherboarded with pine, 5 windows
with Sash and 60 panes of Glass therein with window Shutters - one Story high covered with a cedar Roof (Note
there are 2 doors)..."

        £15 per year

        "...a large 2 Story Brick dwelling House 40 by 25 feet a celler underneath with 4 windows in front thereof
and 2 back on the first floor there is 3 Rooms, and 3 fire places, and an Entry with a Stair case - the entry nor the
largest Room neither laithed or plaistered the other 2 rooms finished in said first Story there is 4 windows in front
with Shutters and 2 back with Shutters all Glazed 2 doors - in the Second Story there is 4 Rooms two whereof and
the entry neither laithed or plaistered 2 fire places 4 windows in front 3 back all Glazed, the Garret unfinished, all
under a Cedar Roof in Ordinary repair; the 2 Story Brick Kitchen is 24 by 18 feet two doors on the first Story one
front and the other back, 3 windows in the front no Glass in them one window back no Glass in them one window
back no Glass therein - there is a Brick Partition dividing said Kitchen into 2 rooms each of which have a fire place,
one paved with Brick the other laid with a plank floor -- the whole under a Cedar roof...the Celler Steps be
repaired, the front door of the Kitchen repaired and plain Shutters be made to the Kitchen windows -- a Frame
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Carriage house adjoining the Kitchen in bad repair - which we advised repaired a brick Smoke house 12 feet
square the roof whereof ruinous - a pump almost worn out a brick over, a Large frame Barn in ruins - which we
advised repaired -- a Corn Crib 18 by 8 in good order 2 shed addjoining it in bad repair, a sawed log Corn Crib in
ruins, which we advise repaired..."

        £130 yearly Rent

KENNEDY, DAVID/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 181 (1805)                            Duck Creek

         "...number one...a large 2 Story Brick dwelling House, and a 2 Story brick Kitchen, the dwelling House 40
feet by 25 feet 3 rooms on the first floor with 3 fire places therein and entry with a Stair case the passage or entry
and the largest room neither lathed nor plaistered the other 2 Rooms finished 4 windows in front with Shutters and
2 back with Shutters 2 doors all Glazed, 4 Rooms on the second floor, 2 where of and the entry not laithed nor
plaistered 4 windows in front and 3 back all glazed 2 fire places therein, the Garrett unfinished the Roof Cedar, 4
windows in front of Second Story and 2 windows back, a Cellar Underneath the whole, the Brick kitchen 24 by 18
feet 2 doors the one front the other back 3 windows in front no Glass in them, one window back no glass, a brick
Partition through the same with 2 fire places, one of the Rooms paved with brick the other laid with plank a cellar
underneath the whole - and covered with a Cedar roof we direct the Cellar Steps repaired, and plain Shutters to
the Kitchen window A Frame Carriage house adjoining the Kitchen in bad repair, which we direct to be repaired, a
brick smoke house 12 feet square a bad roof - a pump in bad order a brick oven, a large frame barn in bad order,
to be repaired, a Corn Crib 18 by 8 feet in good order 2 sheds adjoining it in bad repair - another Corn Cribb
sawed logs..."

        £130 yearly rent


Duck Creek Cross Roads Ball Street

       "...Number two a School House one Story high 30 by 15 a frame, weatherboarded with pine a Cedar roof
5 windows with 60 lights 2 doors window Shutters...weatherboarding thereof to be repaired..."

        £15 yearly rent


KENNEDY, DAVID/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 111 (1803)                                  Duck Creek

        "...a Brick dwelling House, log Kitchen, Frame Shop lately weatherboarded - in good repair (the steps into
the Celler excepted) together with an old framed Carriage House & log Stable in bad repair..."

        $80.00 per annum

       "...an old log house in bad repair, a Shop adjoining in good - (a few panes of Glass wanting and sashes
worm eaten excepted)..."

        $30.00 per Annum

KILLEN, HENRY/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 338 (1791)

         "...one 2 Story Frame dwelling House 16 by 28 feet Covered with Cedar and Weather boarded with Oak
Boards with a cellar under two thirds ofit No chimneys nor flors in it without doors window Sashes or Shutters, one
old logg dwelling House and one old frame ditto with a logg kitchen the chimneys of Which are in bad repair, one
corn crib one Smoke house one brick Oven all of Which are in good repair, one hewed Logg barn without a floor
and doors one Logg carriage House without a Roof 2 Stables in Midling repair...the new House above described
ought to be finished in a plain and Substantial manner also the Barn and Carriage House be repaired with the
Wants above described..."

        £42 per Annum

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KIMMEY, JOSEPH/REBECKAH/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 146 (1804)                                    Dover

        "...with the addition of about 300 Rails..."

         "...one loged dwelling house in tolerable repair except the Chimney which we order to be toped off, and
the roof amended, one old loged Kitchen...one old Smoke house without a Roof, which we order to be put on with
half price pine board, two Corn Cribbs in midling repair..."

        £25 per year


KING, JOHN/NANCY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 290 (1790)                               Mispillion - 1782

       "...one dwelling house 26 feet by 20 one storey with 3 roomes on the under floore in good repair with one
coock house smock house corn house & stable in ornarey repair...about 600 pannels of fence in ornerey repair..."

        £15 per annom




KIRKLEY, GEORGE/MARGARET (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 70 (1802)

        "...two loged Houses occupied as dwelling houses, with board floors one of them in pretty good repair the
other not so good...repair...by putting in a few logs, repairing the Roof..."

        $55.00 Annuel Sum


KIRKLEY, JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 37 (1801)                                  Little Creek

        "...a sawed log dwelling house about 18 feet by 20 feet square one story high..."

        £101/5 annual rent

KIRKLY, GEORGE/MARGARETT (K.C.O.CT) G-p. 55 (1809)

       "...a framed dwelling house 24 by 18 feet in bad repair, a 10 ft. shed adjoining an old granery, do Stable
bad repair, one corn crib pretty good, a log Kitchen, do smoke house..."

        $100.00 annuel value

KENNEDY, DAVID/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 120 (1804)                            Duck Creek

        "...a frame School House in Duck Creek cross Roads 30 by 15 feet weatherboarded with pine, 5 windows
with Sash and 60 panes of Glass therein with window Shutters - one Story high covered with a cedar Roof (Note
there are 2 doors)..."

        £15 per year

        "...a large 2 Story Brick dwelling House 40 by 25 feet a celler underneath with 4 windows in front thereof
and 2 back on the first floor there is 3 Rooms, and 3 fire places, and an Entry with a Stair case - the entry nor the
largest Room neither laithed or plaistered the other 2 rooms finished in said first Story there is 4 windows in front
with Shutters and 2 back with Shutters all Glazed 2 doors - in the Second Story there is 4 Rooms two whereof and
the entry neither laithed or plaistered 2 fire places 4 windows in front 3 back all Glazed, the Garret unfinished, all
under a Cedar Roof in Ordinary repair; the 2 Story Brick Kitchen is 24 by 18 feet two doors on the first Story one
front and the other back, 3 windows in the front no Glass in them one window back no Glass in them one window
back no Glass therein - there is a Brick Partition dividing said Kitchen into 2 rooms each of which have a fire place,
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one paved with Brick the other laid with a plank floor -- the whole under a Cedar roof...the Celler Steps be
repaired, the front door of the Kitchen repaired and plain Shutters be made to the Kitchen windows -- a Frame
Carriage house adjoining the Kitchen in bad repair - which we advised repaired a brick Smoke house 12 feet
square the roof whereof ruinous - a pump almost worn out a brick over, a Large frame Barn in ruins - which we
advised repaired -- a Corn Crib 18 by 8 in good order 2 shed addjoining it in bad repair, a sawed log Corn Crib in
ruins, which we advise repaired..."

        £130 yearly Rent


KENNEDY, DAVID/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 181 (1805)                            Duck Creek

         "...number one...a large 2 Story Brick dwelling House, and a 2 Story brick Kitchen, the dwelling House 40
feet by 25 feet 3 rooms on the first floor with 3 fire places therein and entry with a Stair case the passage or entry
and the largest room neither lathed nor plaistered the other 2 Rooms finished 4 windows in front with Shutters and
2 back with Shutters 2 doors all Glazed, 4 Rooms on the second floor, 2 where of and the entry not laithed nor
plaistered 4 windows in front and 3 back all glazed 2 fire places therein, the Garrett unfinished the Roof Cedar, 4
windows in front of Second Story and 2 windows back, a Cellar Underneath the whole, the Brick kitchen 24 by 18
feet 2 doors the one front the other back 3 windows in front no Glass in them, one window back no glass, a brick
Partition through the same with 2 fire places, one of the Rooms paved with brick the other laid with plank a cellar
underneath the whole - and covered with a Cedar roof we direct the Cellar Steps repaired, and plain Shutters to
the Kitchen window A Frame Carriage house adjoining the Kitchen in bad repair, which we direct to be repaired, a
brick smoke house 12 feet square a bad roof - a pump in bad order a brick oven, a large frame barn in bad order,
to be repaired, a Corn Crib 18 by 8 feet in good order 2 sheds adjoining it in bad repair - another Corn Cribb
sawed logs..."

        £130 yearly rent

Duck Creek Cross Roads Ball Street

       "...Number two a School House one Story high 30 by 15 a frame, weatherboarded with pine a Cedar roof
5 windows with 60 lights 2 doors window Shutters...weatherboarding thereof to be repaired..."

        £15 yearly rent

KENNEDY, DAVID/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 111 (1803)                                  Duck Creek

        "...a Brick dwelling House, log Kitchen, Frame Shop lately weatherboarded - in good repair (the steps into
the Celler excepted) together with an old framed Carriage House & log Stable in bad repair..."

        $80.00 per annum

       "...an old log house in bad repair, a Shop adjoining in good - (a few panes of Glass wanting and sashes
worm eaten excepted)..."

        $30.00 per Annum

KILLEN, HENRY/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 338 (1791)

         "...one 2 Story Frame dwelling House 16 by 28 feet Covered with Cedar and Weather boarded with Oak
Boards with a cellar under two thirds ofit No chimneys nor flors in it without doors window Sashes or Shutters, one
old logg dwelling House and one old frame ditto with a logg kitchen the chimneys of Which are in bad repair, one
corn crib one Smoke house one brick Oven all of Which are in good repair, one hewed Logg barn without a floor
and doors one Logg carriage House without a Roof 2 Stables in Midling repair...the new House above described
ought to be finished in a plain and Substantial manner also the Barn and Carriage House be repaired with the
Wants above described..."

        £42 per Annum
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KIMMEY, JOSEPH/REBECKAH/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 146 (1804)                                    Dover

        "...with the addition of about 300 Rails..."

         "...one loged dwelling house in tolerable repair except the Chimney which we order to be toped off, and
the roof amended, one old loged Kitchen...one old Smoke house without a Roof, which we order to be put on with
half price pine board, two Corn Cribbs in midling repair..."

        £25 per year


KING, JOHN/NANCY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 290 (1790)                              Mispillion - 1782

       "...one dwelling house 26 feet by 20 one storey with 3 roomes on the under floore in good repair with one
coock house smock house corn house & stable in ornarey repair...about 600 pannels of fence in ornerey repair..."

      £15 per annom
KIRKLEY, GEORGE/MARGARET (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 70 (1802)

        "...two loged Houses occupied as dwelling houses, with board floors one of them in pretty good repair the
other not so good...repair...by putting in a few logs, repairing the Roof..."

        $55.00 Annuel Sum

KIRKLEY, JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 37 (1801)                                 Little Creek

        "...a sawed log dwelling house about 18 feet by 20 feet square one story high..."

        £101/5 annual rent

KIRKLY, GEORGE/MARGARETT (K.C.O.CT) G-p. 55 (1809)

       "...a framed dwelling house 24 by 18 feet in bad repair, a 10 ft. shed adjoining an old granery, do Stable
bad repair, one corn crib pretty good, a log Kitchen, do smoke house..."

        $100.00 annuel value

LANE, GALANT/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 218 (1782)

       "...a framed dwelling house 24 by 18 feet in bad repair, a 10 ft. shed adjoining an old granery, do Stable
bad repair, one corn crib pretty good, a log Kitchen, do smoke house..."

        $100.00 annuel value

LANE, GALANT/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 218 (1782)                             St. Jones - 1782

        "...one old Log House 20 by 16 feet Covered with Clabboards in very bad Repair one Old do 16 by 12
Very Indifferent one old Corn Crib 10 by 6 feet on Small Milk House 4 by 3 feet...fences in very Bad Repair..."

        "...build a Good Hewd Log'd House thereon 20 by 16 feet to be Covered with Good feather edg'd
Shingles..."

        "...40 shillings Specie per Year..."




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LAWS, BOLITHA/LEAH/OUTEN (K.C.O.CT) F-p. 101 (1803)                                          Dover

         "...one Brick dwelling House 26 feet by 16 one Story, the doors and windows and Roof near the Chimney
to be repaired, one framed Kitchen 16 feet by 16 in midling repair, also one new Corn Cribb 14 feet by 9 in good
repair, one hewed loged Smoke house 10 feet by 9 in good repair, one old framed Milk House in bad repair 8 feet
by 8 & also one old loged Stable 16 feet by 12 in bad repair...2255 pannels of worm fence in midling repair and
one new Corn Crib to be built 12 feet by 8..."

        £16/13/4 per year

LAWS, JOHN M/STRINGER/WILLIAM/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 101 (1803) Village of Milford, Mispillion

        "...a Brick House...in good repair a Stable and Carriage House in good repair and a Granary wanting some
Repairs..."
        £35 yearly Rent

        "...shall repair the weather boarding of the Granery and the Brick underpinning of the same, and paint the
said Granary with Tar and Spanish Brown..."

      £35 yearly value
LAWS, OUTTEN/ALEXANDER (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 103 (1811)                                  Dover

         "...a Brick dwelling house 2 Story high 27 by 20 feet, with an entry and room below, an entry and 2 rooms
above, with an adjoining Brick building one Story high 16 by 20 feet Cellar under the whole all in excellent repair, a
log Kitchen 18 feet square with a brick chimney cedar roof on one side and oak on the other, in tolerable repair, a
carriage house 20 feet by 10 nearly new, a brick Smoke house with a Cedar roof new 12 feet square, a frame milk
house weatherborded and roofed with Cedar new, about 10 by 11 feet, a well and pump near it the last of which is
out of order, an Oven standing in the yard with a roof over it tolerably good, a Corn house 18 by 8 feet sawed logs
wanting some repair an old hen house 16 feet square, an old log Stable 18 by 21 feet with a new roof of oak
shingles and a tolerable Cow shed to the side of it, a log corn house with a new roof 8 by 20 feet, a frame Granery
15 by 22 feet, weatherboarded with pine, roof Cedar nearly new, adjoining a frame Barn 25 by 22 feet
weatherboarded with pine the roof Cedar but very old, an old Corn house of very little value..."

       "...a blacksmiths Shop repair, an old unoccupied log house wanting repair, Shed adjoining tolerably good,
one other log tennement wanting repair, one frame tennement 16 feet square nearly new..."

        $430.00 per annum

LAWS, OUTTEN/SAXAGOTHA/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 125 (1811)                                      Dover

        "...the dwelling house is Brick one Story high, 33 feet long by 20 wide, 2 rooms and a Cellar under the
whole Cedar Roof wanting repair, a log Kitchen 18 feet long by 16 wide wanting repair, a frame Barn 30 feet long
by 22 wide wanting floor and Roof, 2 Corn Cribs nearly new which will hold 600 bushels each, a small log hen
house: a Shed at the side of one of the Cribbs is the only Stable the roof of which is bad.


LAYTON, JAMES/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 165 (1804)                             Mispillion

        £20 per Annum

         "...one dwelling House 20 feet by 16 in good repair, one ditto 20 feet by 16 with a Shed on the north side
in bad repair, one log Kitchen 20 by 13 in bad repair, one barn 28 feet by 16 in midling Repair, one Corn House 10
feet by 5 in good repair, one ditto 18 feet by 8 in midling repair, two old logg Stables in bad repair...tolerable good
fence..."




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LEATHERBERRY, WILLIAM/MARY/WILLIAM/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 1-2 (1774)                      Duck Creek

        "...200 Acres of Land and 200 acres of Marsh whereof ( ) fifty acres are Cleared with one Hewed Log'd
Dwelling House 20 by ( ) (with a Small) Framed Milk House adjoining said House one Small ( ) House called
the Cider House a log'd Barn with a Stable at one End, and one Corn Crib...fencing all in Tollarable good repair..."

        yearly value £26

LEATHERBERRY, WILLIAM/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 94 (1778)                           Duck Creek

        "...a Small Dwelling House with a Brick Chimney said House is covered with Ceader Shingles, One
Logged Kitchen, a Logged Cyder House one Logged Barn and Shed to it and also a Loged Corn Crib all of which
is covered with Oak Shingles and Clabboards - also one Draw Well Wooden Framed..."

        £90 per year


LEVERTON, GARY/JAMES ANDERSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 72 (1802)                           Mispillion

         "...one framed dwelling House 25 feet long & 16 wide two Story high almost new but not finished, one
loged kitchen 16 feet square in midling repair two loged stables in bad repair, one Corn Crib in good repair one
loged House in Bad Repair...3000 pannels of fence in bad Repair..."

        £30 annuel Rents

        "...in Brown's Neck..."

        "...one old house almost Rotten down and 1500 pannels of fence in midling Repair..."

        £9 annuel Rents


LEWIS, JOSEPH/DAVID/JOANNA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 34 (1801)

        £25 annual rents

        "...the roof of the dwelling house to be painted and the lower rooms plastered the meat house to have
some new logs put in where the old are rotted out and a new roff the Granary to have new Sils and a corn house
to be covered also a new well to be sunk..."

        £17.10 per year

       "...new sills and upper floor to the dwelling and a new loged smoke house 12 feet square a new corn
house 16 feet by 6 and a new Kitchen 16 feet square..."


LEWIS, JOSEPH/JOHANNA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 146 (1804)

       "...one new Corn House, a new Smoke House, and a loged dwelling house, which we order to be repaired
by new silling, now covering the front part of the Roof and weatherboarding the loged wall..."

        £17 per year

        "...one good dwelling house, Kitchen, Smoke house, Stable carriage House, and 2 corn houses, all in
good repair except one of said corn houses, which we direct to be repaired by puting a set of new logs under the
present Roof..."

        £27 Annuel Rent
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LEWIS, JOSEPH/UNITY/JOSEPH/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 35-36 (1801)

        £25 annual rent

        "...Building the roof of the dwelling house to be painted and lower rooms plastered the meat house to have
some new logs put in where the old ones are rotten and a new roof the granary to have new Sills and a corn
house to be covered also a new well to be sunk..."

        £17 /10 per year

        "...Forrest Place..."

       "...the following buildings and repairs should be done Viz. new sill, and upper Floor to the dwelling house
and a new loged smoke house 12 feet square a new corn house 16 feet by 6 and a new kitchen 16 feet Square..."

LEWIS, MARK/JOHN/LYDIA/LEWIS/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 201 (1805)                               Duck Creek

        "...one dwelling house in but midling repair one Kitchen in but midling order one Smoke house in but
midling order, one Stable about 16 by 14 feet in midling Order, one blacksmiths Shop in very bad order, one
Cartwheelrights shop in bad order, but wants Shutters to the doors and windows...under bad fence..."

        £18 per year

LEWIS, MARK/MARY/MARK (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 50 (1801)                                             Duck Creek

        "...at a village called Lewes Cross roads alias Grogtown..."

         "...a Blacksmith shop about 20 feet by 16 feet with two doars oak roof in bad repair one other shop about 2
feet by 16 feet two doar brick Chimney oak roof in tolerable repair some of the house logs rotten small hog pen of
oak logs old Cole House almost falling down - one loged dwelling house about 22 feet by 18 feet brick Chimney
Plank floor above and below oak roof tolerable good clabboard weatherbording tolerable good two doors three
windows with shetters no sash or glass bord Partition and brest work and Brick Chimney one Loged Kitchen about
12 feet by 10 feet oak roof two doars Brick Chimney the Logs and Roof good - one smoke Loged about 10 feet
square old Logs and Roof one door one Loged stable 18 feet by 16 feet one door Log's and roof almost new and
in good Repair..."

        $50.00 per year

        "...under a tolerable good fence..."

        "...Put anew Rook on the blacksmiths shop and new logs in both shops..."

LEWIS, PHILIP/ALBERT GALLETIN/PHOCION (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 222-223 (1805)                       Duck Creek

          "...a dwelling house in indifferent repair, and one other dwelling house in good repair, also one Corn Crib
in good repair, one Kitchen in a ruinous Condition, also a Stone spring house in bad repair...fencing in bad
repair..."

        "...the dwelling house which is now in bad repair wants 31 panes of Glass in the windows, and the
Shutters repaired also the Kitchen wants repairing, the Harths and back of Chimney in the House wants repairing
a new stable and smoke house to be built, the Spring house to have a new Roof and its door repaired..."

        £12 annual value

        "...a dwelling House to be repaired, and a new Corn Cribb to be built...fencing in midling repair..."




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LEWIS, PHILIP/JEFFERSON/FRANKLIN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 222 (1805)                               Duck Creek

        £100 annuel value

         "...a Brick dwelling house in midling Repair, to be Repaired, and wants 34 panes of Glass in the windows
and both ends of the house to be Rough cast, the frames of the doors repaired, the Cellar windows and steps
Repaired, also the harths repaired and a log Kitchen in bad repair, which wants an upper floor, the Chimney
Repaired...a Smoke House in bad repair, to be repaired - also 2 old Corn Cribbs to be repaired and one new one
built 21 feet by 8 from out to out - one old Granery to be torn down and rebuilt, and a Barn to be Repaired 2
Stables one of which to be took down and rebuilt raised even with the Roof of the Barn, and other to be repaired
as it now stands..."

LEWIS, PHILIP/PHILIP (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 223 (1782)                           Little Creek

        "...360 Acres of Land...Clared Land...250 Acres...under midling Good fence...one brick 2 Story Dwelling
House about 35 feet by 22 do with a Cedar Rooff with 2 Rooms below on a floor and Cellar under the Whole in
Good Repair Except the Cellar Door which is to made new also one Log Kitchen in Good Repair Except a Loft
which we order to be made of Poplar Boards Likewise one Smoke House in midling Repair a Log'd building
without a Loft with a brick Chimney to be Repaired Occupied as a Shop one of the Log'd House and aframe
between the two Last mentioned Houses under the Same Roof to be Repaired and a Shed to the Old house to be
Repaired..."

        "...one Carriage House without doors in midling Repair a Double Corn Crib with a Carriage house between
in good Repair a Sawed Log'd Stable to be Raised of the Ground an Old barn in bad Repair an other Old House
by the barn an Old house with a brick Chimney and 2 poplar floors in bad Repair one Old barn in Very bad
Repair..."

        "...order a barn of Sawed Logs 30 feet by 20 Do. with a Cedar Roof..."

        £115 in Gold or Silver coins per Year


LEWIS, ROBERT/MARY/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 43 (1792)

         "...a framed Dwelling House 2 Story, 32 feet Long and 20 feet wide wt. 2 Rooms below Stairs plank floor
above and below 2 brick Chimneys 4 glazed windows (some broken) winds cut brestd. in each Room and lathed
and plastered, a pair of winding Stairs, 2 Rooms above 2 Glass windows in each Room, afire place in each place
in each Room and lathed and plastered, Covered wt. Square plank Cedar Shingles, under pined wt. bricks round
wt. bricks, a peazar on each Side of the house covered wt. Square Joint Cedar Shingles (New) the East end wants
weatherboarding the other parts of the House in middling Repair, a framed Kitching adjoining the dwelling House
at the West end 27 by 20 feet covered with Square Joing Cedar Shingles a brick chimney in the West end and
under pined wt. bricks...all new and in Good repair a Loged Corn Crib 20 by 7 feet covered wt. feather edge
Shingles in good repair a hughed Logged Stable 20 by 18 feet wt. feather edge Oak Shingles in good repair, an
Old loged Smoke House wt. Clabboard Roof, and old Caraage house not worth repairing..."

        "...about 2130 pannels of Worm fence in middling good repair..."

        £32/10 Annual Value


LOAMDEN, JOHN/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 273 (1797)

        "...500 or 600 pannals of fencing...one logg'd house 16 feet square in midlin repair - one old logg'd kitchen
in bad repair, 14 feet square, one old corn crib..."

        £10 per year



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LOCKERMAN, VINCENT, ELIZABETH

                         (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 171-172 (1804)                      Duck Creek

       "...the dwelling House in good repair, the Fencing in bad repair...we order a new Corn Cribb or hewed logs
and Oak shingles to be built..."

        £13 Annuel Rent



LOCKERMAN, VINCENT/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 88 (1802)                                       Duck Creek

        "...to repair the dwelling House by putting in some new logs in the wall, a new roof of oak shingles, the
upper floor and door repaired, a new Corn house 16 feet long and 6 wide in the clear of hewn oak logs and
covered with oak Shingles, a new well, and also a smoke house to be built 12 feet square of hewn oak logs and
covered with oak Shingles..."

        £15 per year

        "...a good dwelling house...to be underpinned, a new breast work, the Stairs repaired, three 12 light
windows Glazed the corners and eves boxed, also new logs to be put in the Corn house...to move the Logs of an
old house...to cover it with oak Shingles for a Stable..."

        £25 per year

        "...have a brick Chimney built in the last mentioned dwelling House..."

        "...a large Barn...to be repaired by flooring the threshing part..."

        £35 per year

LOCKERMAN, VINCENT/VINCENT EMERSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 171 (1804)                                Duck Creek

       "...a larg Brick messuage and Brick Kitchen...to be covered with Cedar Shingles, and the dwelling House
Glazed and painted on the outside, the fences in midling repair...Barn...to be repaired..."

        £100 Annuel Rent

         "...the buildings in midling repair, we order a Brick chimney to be put up in the Kitchen, the fencing in
tolerable repair..."

        £50 Annuel Rent

LOCKWOOD, JOHN/WILLIAM KIRKLY/RICHARD (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 102 (1802)

         "...a good two Story brick house, with a hiped roofd frame & a Kitchen annexed, a good Stable, Barn,
Carriage house, Smoke house & Corn Crib...none...need repairs...except the floor of the hip roofed frame
building..."

        £60 per annum

LOFLAND, ISAAC/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 164 (1804)                                Milford

       "...one dwelling house 20 by 18, and a small shed room, a log Kitchen and Stable and Corn Cribb a frame
Barn 18 feet by 16, all in bad repair..."

        £37/10 annual value
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LOFLAND, ISAAC/PURNELL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 165 (1804)                                   Mispillion

         "...a dwelling House two Stories high 30 by 20 feet, with a Cook house adjoining 18 by 16 feet in bad
repair, a Barn about 30 by 20 feet in bad repair, a Barn about 30 by 20 feet with a Shed to one end, in very bad
repair, two logged Corn Cribbs, old loged Stable about 14 feet square..."

        $120.00 Annuel Rental value

       "...should be built, say 12 by 14 feet, a common frame Covered with Oak shingles, and weatherboarded
with Oak clabboards or common pine plank...smoke house..."

LOFLAND, ISSAC/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 164 (1804)                                     Milford

        "...a dwelling House 30 by 18 feet two Stories high in midling repair a new Cook house 12 by 10 feet, an
old Carriage house..."

        $100.00 Annuel value

LOOCKERMAN, VINCENT/ELIZABETH EMERSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 62 (1801)                               Duck Creek

        "...to repair the dwelling house, by putting several new logs in the wall and a new roof of Oak shingles, the
upper floor and door repaired, a new Corn house to be built 16 feet long and 6 wide in the clear of hewed oak logs,
and covered with oak Shingles, a new well and also a smoke house 14 feet square, built of hewd oak loggs and
covered with oak Shingles..."

        £15 annuel Rent

         "...a good dwelling house on said farm which we direct to be underpinned, a breast work made, the Stairs
repaired three 12 light windows Glazed, and the window Shutters hung, we find a new smoke house which we
order to be underpinned, a new door, and the corners and Eves boned also new logs to be put to the Corn
house...to move the logs of an old house by the road side to be covered with Oak Shingles to make a Stable..."

        £25 per year

        "...to have a Brick Chimney built in the last mentioned dwelling house..."

        "...a large Barn...to repair by putting a floor in the threshing part..."

        £35 per year

LOOCKERMAN, VINCENT/ELIZABETH/NICHOLAS (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 147 (1786-87)                          Duck Creek

       "...in the possession of David Harper 1 Dwelling House 20 feet by 30 feet 1 Kitchen 16 by 14 do. 1 Smoak
House 10 by 10 Do..."

        "...where Taylor now lives, the dwelling House repaired 1 Barn 25 feet by 20 feet 1 Kitchen 16 - 14 do. 1
Smoak House 12 by 12 do. 1 Corn Crib 16 by 7 do. 1 Stable on Betsy Place Dwelling House 20 feet by 30 feet 1
Kitchen 16 by 14 do. 1 Barn 25 by 20 do. 1 Smoak House 10 by 10 do. 1 Corn Crib 16 by 7 do..."

         "...Bennett 1 Dwelling House 20 by 30 feet 1 Kitchen 16 by 14 do. 1 Corn Crib 16 by 7 do. 1 Smoake
House 10 by 10 do. Barns Place wants 1 Barn 20 by 25 feet 1 Kitchen 16 by 14 do. 1 Smoke House 10 by 10 do.
1 Corn Crib 16 by 7 do. 1 Dwelling Repaired Renches Place wants 1 Dwelling House 20 by 30 feet 1 Barn 20 by
25 feet..."

LOOCKERMAN, VINCENT/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 278 (1798)                                          St. Jones's

       "...present dwelling house is greatly decayed a new one of hewed logs...to be well finished with a brick
chimney & roof of oak shingles, & to be underpinn'd with brick, that the kitchen be also well repair'd with a brick
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chimney & underpinning of brick, that a stable & corn crib...be built of scalped or block'd logs...the barn be repair'd
and underpinned..."

       £50 annual value
Murderkill

        "...dwelling house be repaired with a brick chimney & plank floors, a log corn crib be erected..."

        £10 annual value

LOOCKERMAN, VINCENT/SARAH EMERSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 33 (1801)                                    Dover

         "...to build a new dwelling house 25 feet by 18 one Storey and ahalf high with one Shimney and 2 fire
places the house to have a partition both up and down Stairs to be a frame covered with Oak Shingles and
weatherboarded with oak boards that the present dwelling be converted into a Kitchen and the old Kitchen be
repaired in the Cheapest manner for a Stable the building of 2 corn cribs with Stiped logs and clapboard roofs
booth to contain about 600 bushels the Barn to be raised about one or two feet and good Blocks to be put under
the Sills..."

        £40 per annum

         "...the dwelling house the only building except a corn crib without a roof out of repair...put three new logs
all around it also Sleepers a plank floor and a brick Chimney that a Clap board be put on the Corn Crib logs that a
smoke house be built 10 feet Square and roofed with Clap Boards..."

        £10 per annum


LOOCKERMAN, VINCENT/VINCENT EMERSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 64 (1801)                                  Duck Creek

          "...a large brick dwelling house...repair said dwelling house by glazing the windows now broke amot to 44
lights, to have the leaks in the Roof repaired & Stoped, as well as possible, so as to last 2 or 3 years longer,
before a new roof is put on when painting the front of the House may be also necessary..."

        "...value...at 450 bushels of Merchantable corn & 45 bushels do. of wheat to be the annuel Rent..."

        "...a small log dwelling house also Kitchen Smoke House and Corn Cribbs in tolerable Repair -- we find no
breast work in the dwelling which we permit to be made and done...we direct a log stable to be erected on said
farm of Hewn oak loggs and covered with oak Shingles - to be 18 feet wide and 12 feet wide..."

        "...annual Rent of 230 bushels of Indian Corn & 25 bushels of wheat..."


LOOCKERMAN, VINCENT/VINCENT/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 279 (1794)                               Duck Creek

         "...the dwelling house to repair and paint the roof, to repair brick work at front door, to repair brick work of
cellar door & new steps, to repair steps of back door, new sill to paint all the doors, windows, sashes & of the
dwelling house a new roof on the pantry window, and repair the wall, a new end wall of brick to kitchen, chimney
underpin and repair the rest of the wall thereof and paint the roof of both kitchen & pantry - to post and rail the
garden...to repair the brick stable and carriage house, to repair the smoke house, to fence with post & rail the
family burying ground, to repair the poltry house to put a new roof on the brick quarter and repair the doors and
windows, to remove and repair the barn, to repair the corn cribb near the quarter and erect 2 other corn cribbs
near the quarter and apply the materials of the cribbs now at the barn..."

        £100 per annum




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LOWBER, PETER/MARY GREER (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 6 (1808)                                       Duck Creek
       "...one dwelling house 20 by 20 in bad Repair, one old loged Kitchen not worth Repairs, 2 old Log Cribbs
& Log Stable not worth Repairs, one meat house to be repaired, Frame Kitchen to be built 14 by 16 with brick
Chimney, the frame Stable 20 by 12 one Story and an half, one Cribb 8 by 16 dwelling house to be repaired...120
pannels of division fence...2 other Cross fences of 150 pannels in Tenantable Repair..."

        $120.00 Annual Rent

LOWBER, WILLIAM/SARAH/SUSANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 169 (1804)                                  Duck Creek
         "...769 panels of fence 7 good Rails high...1 dwelling house 20 foot by 16 framed and 2 plank floors 1 pair
of Stairs, 2 twelve light windows with half the Glass out 1 brick chimney oak Roof and weatherboarding, the Roof
indifferent, the said house must be raised and blocked up, and have the Eves and corner posts boxed 1 loged
smoke house 10 foot by 8 with board roof and indifferent...build 1 corn cribb with logs 14 foot long and 8 feet wide
and to cover it with Oak boards, and there is 2 old houses not worth repairing..."

        "...one old house 20 foot by 16 of logs...276 pannels of fence about 7 logs high..."

        "...yearly Rent of 50 Shillings..."

        "...the plantation the yearly value or Rent of £6/10 per year..."

LUFF, CALEB/CALEB (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 234 (1806)                           Mispillion
       "...one old log house, not worth repairing, one old Smoke house one old Corn Cribb in bad repair...to build
one dwelling house 18 feet by 16 and that the Smoke house and Corn Crib should be repaired..."

        $40.00 annuel Rent

LUFF, CALEB/NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 235 (1806)                                 Mispillion
        "...one frame dwelling house and Kitchen one Story high in bad repair, Smoke house in reasonable repair,
Corn Crib in reasonable repair, a new log Granery unfinished and a Carriage house...shall be permited to find
materials and finish the Granery, and to finish Shingles and put Roof on dwelling house..."

        $35.00 annuel Rent

LUFF, CALEB/PETERSON (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 235 (1806)                                 Mispillion
       "...shall be permitted to build one dwelling house 16 by 18 feet, one Smoke house, one Corn Crib..."

        $30.00 Annuel Rent

LUFF, NATHANIEL/ANN/RACHEL/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 230 (1806)                          Mispillion
        "...one dwelling house the South end in very bad repair, the north end in Tenantable repair, one cook
house in midling order, one Smoke house, one Cider house, one work shop one loom house, one Smoak house,
one Carriage house one Milk house all in repair, Two Corn Cribbs in good order, one Barn in bad order, and
Cowhouse in bad order, one Stable in good order...under good fence...repair the dwelling house and Barn.

        $200.00 annuel Rent
        "...one old log house very much decayed, one old Cook House of logs in bad order and one Corn Cribb
Logs...shall build a frame house 16 by 18 feet one Story high and finish the Corn Cribb, and a Small Smoke house
of hewn logs..."

        $50.00 Annuel Rent

        "...one dwelling house and Smoke house and Corn Cribb in tolerable repair one new frame Barn in good
Order, one old Stable..."

        $85.00 Annuel Rent



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LUFF, NATHANIEL/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 230 (1806)                               Mispillion

       "...one dwelling house nearly new and not finished of logs and weatherboarded, and one old house with
wooden chimney and much damaged by fire and in bad order...build one brick chimney in the old house, and finish
the new house so as to make it Comfortable and build one Corn Cribb of Logs..."

        $45.00 annuel Rent

        "...one old frame dwelling house in bad repair..."

        $32.00 Annuel Rent

LUFF, NATHANIEL/NATHANIEL/GARRETT/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 36 (1808) Mispillion

        "...one 2 Story framed dwelling house 16 by 18 feet, one other framed House one Story 16 by 20 feet
together with a shed adjoining said dwelling house 16 by 12 feet one Story high, both said buildings are covered
with Cypress shingles, one Piaza anexed to the North side of said 2 story dwelling 7 feet by 18 also covered with
cedar shingles all the aforesaid Buildings in good repair one loged Kitchen one story high and 10 feet square
cedar roof in tolerable good repair one Smoke house log covered with oak shingles in pretty good repair, Carriage
house 10 feet by 18 out of repair, one Stable 16 feet by 18, a Shed adjoining 10 feet by 18 in good repair...a Well
of good water in the back yard..."

        $50.00 annuel sum

        "...One 2 Story Brick dwelling house 18 feet by 20 in tolerable good repair, one log Kitchen adjoining said
Brick building one Story high 16 by 16 feet covered with oak shingles in bad repair..."

        $30.00 annually

LUFF, NATHANIEL/RACHEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 231 (1806)                                  Mispillion

         "...one frame dwelling house nearly new and not finished, one Cook house, one smoke house new and not
finished 3 Corn Cribs in good order, and one old log Stable nearly down, one Small barn nearly new and good
Repair...shall be permitted to lathe and finish the dwelling house and to build one Brick Chimney in the Cook
house, and weatherboard the Smoke house, and weatherboard the Cook house..."

        $75.00 Annuel Rent

LUFF, NATHANIEL/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 30 (1807)                                           Mispillion

       "...one old Brick building one story with a hiped roof, 30 feet long and 22 feet wide in midling repair, one
Corn Crib 16 feet long and 8 wide in midling repair...a Kitchen in bad repair..."

        $90.00 annuel Rent

MAFFET, JOHN/JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 321 (1791)

        "...One dwelling House 25 by 17 feet and we order that the same be covered with Oak Shingles: And one
Kitchen 18 by 16 feet in good order; and One Meat House in good repair, and One Corn House in midling order
and repair One Barn 18 feet of 18 with a 10 foot Shed to the end and order the Barn to be raised 2 feet of the
Ground and floored with 2 inch Poplar Plank, and the North East end of the Barn to be weatherboarded with 4 feet
clapboards.
        £10/10 per year
        "...One dwelling house 20 by 18 feet with brick Chimney and floors laid over with loose inch board, and we
order the same floores to be joined and laid down..."

        £6 per year

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MARIM, CHARLES/CHARLES/JOHN/MARIAM (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 113 (1786)                                      Dover

        £150 Specie Yearly

        "...one Brick Dwelling House in midling good Repair, one Frame Barn 30 by 20 feet with an addition of a
Shed in good Repair Excepting the Shed, one Frame Stable wanting Repairs with Sheds adjoining one old Logg
Stable, one Hen House, one Log Corn Crib..."

MASON, JACOB/SUCKEY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 66 (1801)                                       Mispillion

         "...one dwelling house with a hip roof 20 by 16 feet, one kitchen thereunto adjoining one story high 32 by
16 feet very much out of repair, 22 feet thereof wanting an intire new roof, new sills several Sleepers...one old
shed for Carriage, one frame stable 10 by 12 feet in good repair, one logg stable 12 by 18 feet in bad repair, one
logg corn crib in tolerable good repair, one pump in the yard, one poultry house in bad repair, one frame
house...16 by 14 feet in tolerable good repair, one brick corn kiln very much out of Repair, one old Grist Mill 20
feet square must necessarily be rebuilt...the house one and an half Stories high not to exceed the size of the
present House, to be underpinned with Brick, and Cogg pitt to be done with brick, new throught and pier head, all
the materials of the old Mill that will answer we recommend to be employed in the new Mill, the dam and flood
gates also want some repairs...also an old shed adjoining the Mill...not worth preserving...1200 pannels of
fence...in bad repair..."

        £60 annuel Rent

        "...Mill...almost intirely destroyed...again repaired...removing a small store house..."

        £45 annuel Rent

MASON, JACOB/SUCKEY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 147 (1804)                                      Mispillion

        "1000 pannels of fence..."

        "...one frame dwelling house with a Hip roof 20 by 16 feet, one Cook house 32 feet long by 16 feet wide, a
smoke house 10 by 12 feet, a Stable 9 by 10 feet, and a Mill house 14 by 18, with one water wheel & one pair of
country mill stones, and the above house we find only in tolerable repair..."

        $80.00 annual sum

MASON, SUSANNA (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 160 (1792)

        "...a Dwelling house 22 by 16 plann elevation one Story hip-Roofed, well finished off; adjoining thereto is a
cook house, accomodated for Spinning, weaving 16 by 24 feet one Story high in but midling Order. -- One loged
Kichen 16 by 18 feet in bad Order. -- One loged smoke house 12 by 10 feet, in good Order. -- 2 small loged
Stables, in bad Order...about 1430-pannels of worm fences in midling repair..."

         "a Mill dam sett of Waste - Gates - An old Grist mill, 2 stories high, 20 feet square, and a shed adjoining
12 by 14 feet with 2 Water Wheels and 2 pair of Stones single-Geered, 2 boulting Chests with Cloths...all of which
are in very bad Order and Repair...Also one Kiln...10 by 14 feet Built of Brick..."

        £83 yearly Rent

MAXWELL, BEDWELL (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 143 (1771)

       "...One framed Dwelling house 20 x 16 foot, hip rooft Brick Chimney Plank flore porty good, Except the
Lower which we order the guardian to have done with Short Shingles..."

       "...one Loggd house 12 foot by 8, in good Repair, one (Salbr) house 12 foot by 10, in party good Repair,
One old Stable much out of Repair, one garden 60 foot square in good Repair..."
       yearly value
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MAXWELL, SAMUEL/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 126 (1793)

         "...one Logg dwelling House in bad condition, which we direct to be repaired by putting a new roof of
Cedar, and to have breast work before the Chimney and one window down stairs filled with Glass, and 2 windows
up stairs filled with Glass, one Smoke House in good repair, one Logg Shop Unfinished which we direct to be
finished in the following manner by having one door two windows, one new floor, and a Brick Chimney put in..."

        £40 Annual value

MCBRIDE, ROBERT/ANN/MARY/UNITY/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 78 (1802)                           Tappahannah

        "...one dwelling house Kitchen smoke House Stable and corn house all need and in good order, and one
old house..."

        "...build...a dwelling log house 18 feet long and 16 feet wide and covered with Oak Shingles..."

MCBRIDE, SAMUEL/MORRIS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 10 (1807)                                          Mispillion

        "...one loged dwelling house one Story high and 3 Rooms on the lower floor, one Smoke house, one Milk
house, one Carriage house, 2 Corn houses, one loged Stable, one Still house, all in tolerable repair, only that the
Stable we direct to have a few new logs, and one of the Corn houses new covered..."

        $106.67 annuel Rent

MCCLYMENT, JAMES/HARRIET (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 199-200 (1805)

        £90 annual value

        "...a good dwelling house...one Old barn...to be pulled down and a new one built making use of the Old
materials as far as they will Answer we have also directed a new Stable to be built The roof on the old Stable to be
used to cover with, one very large Corn cribb to be cut in 2 parts and repaired..."

        "...the fences in but tolerable Repair..."

MCGEER, HUGH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 226 (1780)

        £170 per Annum

       "...Plantation is work 60 bushels of Good Merchantable wheat and 150 Bushels of Good Indian Corn per
Annum..."

       "...mantion Dwelling House on said Farm Should be Covered before the end of this Year...to be put on
said Dwelling House agood New Roof of Cedar Shingles..."

MCMULLAN, JAMES/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 71 (1809)

        "...one log dwelling house about 24 by 16 feet, with an oak roof, brick Chimney, weatherboarded with pine
boards, has breast work, stair casing, and has an upper & lower floor laid with pine boards, divided below stairs by
a pine board partition, above all in one apartment, 2 doors, 2 windows without sashes with shutters unhung, the
whole of which may be said to be in tolerable good repair, - also one old log Kitchen about 18 by 20 feet, with a
brick Chimney,


oak roof & in bad repair, - also one old Smoke house (log) about 12 by 10 feet, with oak roof & in bad order..."

        $50.00 annual Rent



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MIFFIN, MATTHEW/ANDESIRE/MARTHA/SARAH/MARY/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 273 (1797)

         "...one dwelling hous, 20 by 10 feet a shead adjoining 20 by 12 in bad repear, one barn 20 by 16 in midling
repair, one kitchin 16 by 12 in bad repear one shop 16 by 14 in good repear, one stable 16 by 14 in good repear, 2
old cribs...about 3500 pannels of worm fence in bad repair..."

        £50 per year


MILLER, CONROD/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 87 (1803)

         "...a frame dwelling house about 18 feet square...to be underpinned and to have the Roof repaired - also a
kitchen...to have small repairs done to the Roof - also a Blacksmiths Shop...purchase 500 rails..."

        £8 annuel Rent


MILLER, CONROD/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 176 (1805)

         "...a House 16 by 18 feet...to be underpinned with white oak blocks, and such Repairs on the roof about
the chimney to be done as are necessary to make the same tight, also a kitchen...to be repaired so as to make the
same convenient and fit to be cooked in...a new well to be sunk and the doors of a Shop...to be cased...the fence
in midling repair..."

        £8 Annuel Rent

MILLER, JOHN/PETER (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 54 (1809)                                     Dover

         "...one old loged dwelling house 24 by 22 feet with Sedar roof leaky and otherwise in very bad repair, one
Corn crib 6 by 12 feet in midling repair, one old Slab near the dwelling house 8 by 12 feet in very bad repair, one
small Grist mill the house about 16 feet square with one pair of small Country Stones built in the Tubmill form the
breast and gate in tolerable repair, an old saw mill in very bad condition, one old round loged Stable in very bad
repair, one sawed loged house...16 by 18 feet oak Shingle roof in very bad repair, one house built...of round logs
with Clabboard roof 12 by 14 feet in tolerable order the fencing in bad repair..."

        $70.00 annuel value

MILLER, STEPHEN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 20 (1804)

        "...a new framed dwelling house 2 Stories high 24 feet by 16 feet in good repair, also adjoining thereto an
old one Story house with a hip roof 20 by 16 feet...ought to be covered with oak Shingles and new windows and
shutters above and below, also an old Kitchen...ought to be repaired with some new logs and a new oak shingle
roof and one new door, the new dwelling house...ought to be painted with oyl and Spanish brown on the outside,
and on the inside with 2 coats of paint and Oyl of good durable colours...a new well ought to be dug and framed
with white oak or with good hogshead...2 Corn Cribs in good repair, one good Smoke house and Stable...an old
Carriage house..."

        $66.67 per year

        "...a frame dwelling house 20 by 18 feet in tolerable repair except the windows which wants Glass and the
corners of said house to be cased...is necessary that a corn Crib should be built on said farm 6 by 18 feet of
hewed logs and covered with oak Shingles to be at least 9 logs high, also a smoke house 10 feet square of hewed
logs and to be covered with oak shingles, also a Kitchen 12 feet by 16 feet to be covered with Clabboards..."

        $48.00 annual Rent




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MILLER, STEPHEN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 10 (1808)

         "...one 2 Story frame dwelling house 24 by 18 feet in good repair...ought to be painted with one Coat of
paint inside and outside, one old Hiproof house adjoining thereto about 18 by 20 feet in bad repair...ought to be
repaired, putting on a new roof of Oak Shingles the lower floor to be repaired, and a new hearth laid in the fire
place, one Smoke house in bad repair...ought to be repaired by putting some new logs under where wanting, one
old Stable in bad repair...ought to be repaired so as to make it fit for use, one Corn Crib in midling repair, one draw
well in bad repair...ought to be repair...fencing in bad repair..."

        $50.00 per year

          "...one dwelling house 2 Stories high 18 by 20 feet in midling repair, the windows to be Glazed and some
little repair to the weatherboarding, the fencing in bad repair...a Corn Crib which is now begun, to be finished and
covered with Clabboards...a new log Smoke house ought to be built 10 feet square and covered with oak
Shingles, also a new loged Stable 15 by 12 feet and covered with oak Shingles..."

        $30.00 annual rent

MILLER, STEPHEN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 111 (1811)

         "...one 2 Story frame dwelling house 24 by 18 feet in good repair, which we are of opinion ought to be
painted with one coat of paint inside and outside, and the Cealing Also to be mended and white washed, an old
hip roof house adjoining thereto about 18 by 20 feet in bad repair...ought to be repaired by putting on a new roof of
Oak Shingles, The lower floor to be repaired, and a new hearth laid in the fire place, one Smoke house, one old
Stable, one corn crib and one draw well in bad repair...ought to be repaired...fencing in bad repair..."

        $50.00 annuel Rent

MITCHELL, GEORGE/FENWICK FISHER (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 98 (1803)                                   Town of Dover

        "...One Brick House...one Kitchen and smoke house all of Brick and in good repair except one of the
Celler windows, one framed stable and Carriage house without Sills weatherboarding or doors..."

        £45 per year

Duck Creek

        "...one Smoke House, one Milk House and a Coach House of wood in good repair, one brick store house
with a Carriage and Stable, the roof of which is in bad repair, a pump in the yard..."

        £75 per year

        Also has property with buildings in Sussex County 0 F-pp. 99-100 (1803)

MOLESTON, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 221 (1783)

        £16 per year

         "...build a Dwelling House on the said premises of the Demensions of 20 by 16 feet one Story high to
finish the Same well Likewise to build a barn 16 feet by 18 and also to repair the present Dwelling house by
Raising the Same and building a brick Chimney in the Same Likewise..."

MOLLESTON, JONATHAN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 68 (1777)

        "...Containing 180 Acres of cleared Land or thereabouts...one Good fraimed Dwelling House one Log
Kitchen one Hughd Log Corn Cribb all in good order one old fraimed Barn out of order..."

        £60 per year
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MOLLESTON, JONATHAN/NANCY/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) D.p. 133 (1787)

        Nancy Molleston:
        "...Two old Barns greatly Decaed and in Bad Repair, near 400 panels of fence in reasonable good
Repair...Repair the smallest of said barns..."

        Elizabeth Molleston:
        "...one Small Log House in Bad repair, near 400 pannels of fence in Reasonable Good Repair...Build...a
Framed House 22 feet Long and 16 feet wide Two Stores high, inclose the same with Pine or Cedar Board and
cover the said House with Cedar Shingles likewise making the House fit or comfortable to live in by Doors, Floors,
and Windows and a good oustide chimney of Brick..."

        £20 each per Year


MORGAN, ROBERT/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 110-111 (1784)                             Mispillion

        "...200 acres of Land...70 acres Cleared the fencing in Midling good repair..."

        "...one dwelling House a Kitchen Smoke House, Corn Crib, a Stable...all the afsd Buildings much out of
Repair, a new Milk House very Small..."

        "...one Logg'd House a bout 20 and 16 foot in Length and width...Adjoining said House also some Hugh'd
Loggs...for a Slae House...the said Loggs may be Converted into a Barn...as a Barn in much wanting..."

        £23/6/8


MORGAN, ROBERT/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 107 (1786)                                  Mispillion

       "...250 Acres...130 acres are Cleared and within Good fence...Small Fram'd dwelling House out of Repair
one Logged Kitchen out of Repair One Logged Barn or Granary with no Roof One Smoke House out of Repair
Two new Corn Cribs..."

        £35 per Year

        "...putting a new Roof & Floor to the said Barn or Granary..."


MORGAN, ROBERT/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 294 (1790)                                  Mispillion

         "...200 acres...130 acres are cleared...a small framed dwelling house out of Repair one Loged Kitchen
verry Sorry one Loged barn wanting repair one Smoke house good for Nothing One Good corn crip the other good
for nothing one Milk house pretty Good..."

        £35 per year

        "...the Expence of Sinking a New Well..."

MORGAN, STOKELY/SAMUEL/RUTH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 202 (1805)                                    Little Creek

         "...an old ruinous log dwelling house 18 by 16 feet one Story high a plank floor, above and below a brick
Chimney in ruins a Front and back door, one window with an 8 light Sash in which are 4 panes of Glass, Shutter to
the same, old Roof very Leaky...must be repaired - adjoining to the House is a log Kitchen 19 by 14 feet one Story
high, earthen floor below, plank floor above no chimney therein very ruinous...the same repaired and Chimney put
therein, covered with half price boards...the fences are in Common Tenantable Repair..."

        £25 annuel value
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MORRIS, JOSEPH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 104 (1779)

         "...100 Akers of Land with about 20 Akers Cleared and the Buildings Consistist of one Fraim House 20
feet by 18 and 2 Small Log Houses..."

        £30 per year

MURPHY, WILLIAM/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 55 (1808)                                        Mispillion

        "...Fencing thereon in very bad order, none but an old loged dwelling house in bad repair..."

       "...a new loged dwelling house to be built 16 by 18 feet of oak logs and covered with oak shingles, also a
Corn Crib built 6 by 16 feet of the same materials the fence to be put in good order..."

        $24.00 per year

NICHOLLS, VINCENT/VINCENT (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 5 (1808)                                         Dover

        "...one log dwelling house about 16 by 18 feet, with an Oak Roof brick chimney, breast work lower and
upper floors laid with plank, 2 doors 2 widow shutters, 2 widows with sashes, about 12 lights each together with
Stair Casing...in tolerable good repair, one old log out house about 12 by 14 feet in very bad order - 245 pannels
of fence about 8 Rails high Generally old and Scarce enough to enclose the one half in a legal manner..."

        $30.00 Annuel Rent

NOCK, DANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 16-17 (1784)                        Duck Creek

        "...a frame dwelling house thereon on Old Log Kitchen frame Barn to log Small Corn Cribs and an
underfloor needed in one Room of the dwelling house there is likewise a small log House of a Small Value..."

        "...New floor in the dwelling House laid and new Roofs put on two Corn Cribs a Poltry House and oven the
present year and the Barn Raised..."

        £35 per year

        "...the Kitchen being indifferent we deem not worth Repair8ing..."

NOCK, EXEKIEL/DANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 57 (1776)                              Duck Creek

       "...120 Acres of Land thereunto Belonging in tollarable Repair and about 80 Acres cleared with an old
Framed House thereon much out of Repair and one old Corn House..."

        £12 per year


NOCK, JOSEPH/DAVID (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 118 (1812)                               Little Creek

         "...One dwelling house 32 by 16 feet Kitchen 13 by 14 feet adjoining, Smoke house 10 by 14 feet, Hen
House 12 by 16 feet, Carriage House 11 by 20 feet, Stable 11 by 14 feet, Barn 20 by 22 feet, the whole of the
foregoing in good repair, the whole being built of wood also one frame Mill House 3 Stories high 40 by 36 feet in
good repair except the lower floor which we allow to be made new, and there is within the said mill house, 3 run of
Stones, 2 of which are Burrs, and the other Country Stones, the running Gears of which are in tolerable repair, 2
bolting Cloths and the running Gears belonging thereto in tolerable repair, and also the Machinary in tolerable
repair.--2 water wheels pier head safe gates and flood gates in a decaying state and will want repair, the
Sheathing on the end of the Mill house next the water wheels much be made new, the corner of the Mill house in a
decaying State in consequence of the dash of the water and much be repaired, and we do allow the damn to be
raised level with the Bridge...tolerable good post and rail fence and subject to be repair..."

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        $800.00 per annum

        "...Also a Millers house on the above premises, 17 by 15 feet in good repair..."


Duck Creek

         "...one other wooden House adjoining 18 by 16 feet...a small wooden Kitchen adjoining all in a ruining
State of decay...fence in tolerable repair..."

        $6.00 per annum


NUMBERS, JAMES/THOMAS/JAMES/JOSEPH (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 186 (1772)                                     Duck Creek

        "...a log'd Dwelling House Some What Out of Repair one old Kitchen or Old house much Decayed one old
log'd Barn Almost Decayed and Useless and the plantation in Good repair or a Sufficient Quantity of Rails on the
Said place to make the fences Good by moveing out Some Cross fences...Useless as they are..."

        yearly value £10/13/4


NUMBERS, JOHN/MARY (ELLARS)/MARY/WILLIAM/ELIZABETH/CHARLES (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 192-199
(1782)     Duck Creek

        "...51 Acres and 60 and ahalf Square perches including the brick mansion House..."

        "...two Certain old Wooden Houses..."

        "...known by the name of the Old dwelling house the Other a Small House..."


PALMETREE, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 31-32 (1773)                             Duck Creek

        "...about 60 Acres is cleared on which there is one (Skelped) Loged dwelling House midling old, with a
Board floor above and below with Clay chimney. One other Small Round Loged House with a Clay floor. One
small corn crib of hewed logs, one other old round logd barn much out of Repair, the fencing on said place in
Midling order..."

        yearly value £20


PARKER, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 301 (1799)                          Mispillion

        "...a Frame hip roof dwelling house about 20 by 30 feet with a Frame Kitchen about 16 by 18 feet and
Brick Smoke house also a store House and Sadlers shop also one other Frame dwelling House about 16 by 20
feet one story high with a Frame Kitchen about 16 feet square also a loged dwelling House about 16 by 18 feet
with a Corn Crib and two Stables..."

        £7 per Annum

PARKER, THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 1 (1774)                                  Little Creek

          "...100 acres or thereabouts...70 acres are cleared with one frame Dwelling House, one Lodgd Kitchen
one smoke house, one Log'd Barn and a Stable, one Corn Crib...all in Good repair and Fencing also in good
repair..."

        yearly value £12/10
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PARKER, THOMAS/PETER/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 84 (1793)                                        Little Creek

       "...to lay the Outward floor of the dwelling House with new plank and also to cover the Kitchen and Smoke
House with good Oak Shingles..."

            £30 per year

PARKER, WILIAM/THOMAS/NANCY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 240 (1806)                                       Little Creek

        "...an old sawed loged house about 20 feet by 18 feet with an old Oak Roof brick Chimney 2 doors plain or
lodged one window without Sashes, Good plank floor above and below..."

            $20.00 per year

PATTEN, JOHN/ANN/JOSEPH MILLER (K.C.O.CT) F-p. 65 (1801)                                      Dover

        "...a Poplar log dwelling house 22 feet by 18 in bad repair wanting a Roof, a Shed at the back side 20 feet
by 12 this shed is divided into two rooms one of which has a fire place in it, wants a new roof - an old gum log
Kitchen, a Smoke house adjoining both in bad order, a frame milk in bad Repair...two Corn houses a Carriage
house and Granery over the whole nealy new the Sills a little decayed One frame Stable large in good repair a log
Barn with a frame Addition in good repair..."

            £160 per year

PATTERSON, THOMAS/ISAAC (K.C.O.CT) F-p. 269 (1807)

         "...one log dwelling house 35 by 18 feet, one old Log Kitchen 14 by 12 feet an old log Smoke house 12 by
10 feet old Log Corn Crib 7 by 18 feet, old log Stable 18 by 12 feet...all in but ordinary Repair, and the fences in
tolerable Repair..."

            $75.00 per Annum

PATTISON, THOMAS/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 86 (1810)                                            Duck Creek

         "...a loged dwelling house, with 2 rooms, with 2 fire places floors above and below, all in tolerable repair, a
loged Kitchen no floor below, & only part of a one above, 2 doors, the chimney fallen down - a Piazza to a part of
the dwelling house, a small loged smoke house in bad repair, and old corn Crib in bad repair, no Stable, the
fences...in tolerable repair...a Stable ought to be built, the smoke house covered with oak shingles-a Chimney built
in the Kitchen..."

      $27.67 Annuel sum
PATTISON, THOMAS/SAMUEL/ISAAC (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 78 (1802)                                      Duck Creek

         "...one log'd dwelling house 30 feet long by 20 in two rooms in good repair, one small Kitchen in good
repair, one Smoke house in good repair, one Corn Crib in good repair, one old stable in bad repair...one Small
Tanyard containing 16 Vats in good repair, one Bark House and one Tanhouse in bad repair..."

            £35 per year



PEARSON, JAMES/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 75 (1810)                                                Duck Creek

            "...one old hewed log house 15 by 18 one Story, one door on each side oak roof, the above in very bad
order..."

            $16.00 annually

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PENDERGAST, PATRICK/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 297 (1799)

        "...one old log dwelling house 20 feet by 16 feet one old smoke house almost down..."

        £10 per year

PETERKIN, THOMAS/RHODEA (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 272 (1783)                                         Mispillion

        "...one dwelling House with 4 Rooms on the first floor floor Room on the upper floors with one (Peaser) on
each side the whole in Reasonable Good Repair one Loged Kitchen 30 feet by Eighteen in Good Repair A
Granery 16 by 10 A Stable a Smoak House Milk huse 2 Corn Cribs A Barn 24 feet by 20 with a 10 foot Shed on
one Side of said Barn the whole Length thereof all the said Buildings and houses in mentioned in Reasonable
Good Repair..."

        "...1700 Pannels of Fence in Good Repair..."

        "...Place one Hip Roof House 22 feet by 18 in bad Repair Likewide 2 Small out houses..."

        "...1600 Pannels of fence in Reasonable Good Repair..."

        £45 per Annum

        £15 per year

PETERSON, ISRAEL (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 35 (1775)                                                 Duck Creek

        "...much out of repair; We have therefore Valued the one half of the Lott whereon the Grist Mill
stands...£15 per year..."

        "...Valued the one Half of the Lot & Premises whereon the Mansion Brick House Stands...£12 per year..."

PLEASANTON, DAVID/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 214-215 (1805)                                     Murderkill

         "...half a Two Story Brick House, an old framed Kitchen and a large old barn about 24 by 34
feet...buildings and fence in bad repair, on which the following repairs are directed viz. a new roof on the South
side of the dwelling House of Cedar Shingles, some repairs to the doors and windows, the Kitchen and cellar way
repaired so as to make it comfortable a new roof of oak Shingles on the west side of the Barn..."

        $40.00 per Annum

       "...a Frame dwelling House one Story, a Barn and Corn Crib, all in good repair, except the dwelling House,
which needs underpinning with Brick fence in good repair - on this place a logg stable is directed to be built 16 feet
square and covered with Oak Shingles..."

        $146.00

Jones's Neck

        "...a Logg one Story dwelling House, a Small Barn...fence in bad repair...a small Kitchen is ordered to be
to be built, about 12 by 14 feet square, the dwelling House to be weatherboarded over the Loggs, and the
weatherboarding for the Barn to be repaired..."

        $60.00 per annum

Jones's Neck

        "...one Story Framed dwelling House a small logged Kitchen, Smoke House and 2 corn Cribbs, an old
large Barn in bad repair, fence in midling repair...the Barn to be repaired generally...a new Stable to be put up 16
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feet square..."

        $220.00 per annum

Jones's Neck

        "...a large well finished new dwelling House, about 52 by 22 feet, a Kitchen, Smoke House, 2 Stables Corn
Crib, Carriage house and 2 Barns, besides Two small houses...in midling repair...fence in midling repair..."

        "...Finishing the celler way and doors of the dwelling House, as they have never been yet finished - Both
Barns repaired and moved...one Corn Crib to hold about 500 bushels - Kitchen to be underpinned with Brick - a
new building now Occupied as a Poultry house to be converted into a Granery..."

        $333.33 or £125 per annum

PLEASANTON, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 2 (1774)                                                Dover

        "...one old dwelling House 25 feet Long and 18 Feet wide much out of Repair and one old Log Chin 20
Feet Long and 16 Feet wide much out of Repair and one Log Stable and one Log Smoke House and 2 old Corn
Cribs and one old Log Barn..."

        yearly value £25

        "...Necessary repairs done to the said Dwelling House and outhouses..."

PLEASANTON, NATHANIEL/EDWARD/NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 154 (1795)                        Mispillion

        "...a small Log dwelling and Smoke house..."

        £8 per annum

Dover

        "...a brick Dwelling House a Frame Barn, a pair of Double log Corn Cribs, a milk house, and Potato
house..."

        £40 Specia per Annum

        "...the dwelling, which will need the Roof to be mended for the present..."

PLEASANTON, NATHANIEL/EDWARD/NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 204 (1796) St. Jones's Neck

        "...one brick Dwelling in bad Repair, 2 Corn Cribs a milk House, a brick Potatoe House The roof of the
dwelling we direct to be suitably repaired, the fencing...to be amended..."

        £40 annual Rent


Mispillion

        "...a logg Dwelling, one Corn Crib, smoke house..."

        £8 yearly rent




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PLEASONTON, DAVID )K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 124 (1787)                                        Dover

        "...a brick Dwelling House two Stories High 30 feet in Length and 20 feet in Width in good Repair, a Brick
Building one Story High 30 feet in Length and 16 feet in Width one end thereof a Granary and the other end a
Smoke House in good Repair, a Logg Kitchen in good Repair Except the Chimney which wants some mending a
Frame Spinning House unfinished, Two Small Logg houses in the Lane in good Repair, a new frame Barn 24 feet
in Length and 20 in width, three other Logg Houses old and of very little use and Unnecessary to be Repaired, a
new Brick Building called a Potatoe House...The Fences in very bad Repair..."

        £100 per year

        "...Finish the Spinning House aforesaid, mending the Kitchen Chimney building two Corn Cribs..."

        "...one new Logg dwelling House with a frame Shed at the Back thereof, the whole Wetherboarded, one
old Logg dwelling House Wetherboarded, in good repair which now Serves for a Kitchen, one new Logg Smoke
House, two Small Logg Houses, Old and of very little use. One new frame Barn 24 feet in Length, and 20 feet in
Width...The fences on this place in Tolerable good order..."

        "...Erect a Corn Crib..."

        "...Yearly Rent of £50..."

PORTER, JOHN/GEORGE/ANN/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 233 (1797)                             Murderkill

        "...a dwelling house a frame, 32 feet by 18 feet, one story high and in bad repair, one old smoake hous,
one old stable, both very indifferent, one good corn crib 16 feet by 7 feet, a good new Barn, 30 by 20 feet..."

        "...put a new shingle Ruff on the dwelling house, & under pin the same..."

        "...4000 pannels of fencing in midling repair..."

        £30 annuel value

POWELL, JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 295 (1799)                                     Murderkill

        "...one good new framed House only wants a new hearth the size of the mantion house 18 by 16 feet and
a new Log'd house 12 by 10 feet also a barn 18 by 18 feet and wants new silling all round and a new ruff of
Shingles...wants a good Draw well there is one Division fence almost all Rotten contains about 300 pannels all the
remainder of the fences in tolerable order..."

        £15 yearly rent

        "...mending the Barn & making a hearth and Settling a Drawwell..."

POWELL, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) E-pp. 206-207 (1795)                                     Murderkill

         "...we found erected a frame Barn...Build a small fraim Dwelling House 16 by 18 with a brick Chimney and
2 floors, a Smoke House 10 feet square to be built with Slipe logs, and to Sink a well, and for Rails..."

        £12 yearly Rents

PRATT, FREDERICK/HESTER (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 239 (1806)

         "...divided by 2 Cross fences...one old dwelling house and Kitchen in bad repair, one Corn Cribb in bad
repair, one Barn in Midling repair...have the dwelling house repaired, and build one Corn Cribb...build one
Stable..."

        $40.00 yearly Rent
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PRATT, FREDERICK/HESTER (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 270 (1807)

        "...one frame Barn about 18 feet by 20 in midling Repair..."

        $16.00 year Rent

PRATT, FREDERICK/MARY/ESTHER (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 9 (1800)

       "...One Dwelling House thereon 38 by 16 feet which we direct to be new Silled and Weatherboarded, One
Barn wanting some Repairs which we direct to be done one Smoke House in Good repair We direct also a Stable
and Corn Crib to be built..."

        £25 annual value

PRATT, FREDERICK/MARY/ESTHER (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 9 (1800)

        "...a framed Barn 20 feet Square in good repair..."

        £9/7/6 a year

PRATT, GEORGE/GEORGE/JOHN/RUTH/HENRY/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT) E-p. 285 (1790) Mispillion

        "...a dwelling house 34 feet long and 16 feet wide, in 2 rooms one of which framed partly new, the other
log & old, a framed barn partly new, 20 by 16 feet, one old loged kitchen, 2 old loged corn cribs, one old loged
smoake house, a framed carrage house tollerable good..."

        £35 annual value

PRATTS, MARY AND ESTHER (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 160 (1795)

        "...one dwelling house 40 feet by 18 in midling Repair one Carriage house in good Repair one corn Crib in
midling Repair 2 Framed Barns in midling Repair one small smoke house in Bad Repair..."

        £40 anual value

        "...2 framed dwelling Houses in bad repair one smoke house in bad Repair one Stable in Good Repair..."

        £6 annual value

PRENDERGAST, PATRICK/HUGH/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 278 (1797)

         "...a dwelling house, one story high 10 by 20 feet out of repair, a tolerable good loged kitchen 12 by 14
feet, a good loged smoak house an old loged corn crib a small work shop 6 feet square..."

        £25 per year

       "...following repairs be done...a new loged corn crib be built, a new loged stable be built, the dwelling
house be covered & boarded..."


PRICHARD, MARGARET (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 312 (1799)

        "...a loged dwelling house one Story high in bad repair with 2 rooms below about 16 by 20 feet each, one
old stable one old Corn Crib and one old Smoke House all in bad repair..."




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PROCTOR, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 36 (1791)                                                  Mispillion

        "...2 old logged Houses...the largest of which, we order, to have one round of Logs next the Ground, One
new Chimney Brick and Clay one new door, and window Shutters one gable end boarded up, the other to be
repaired by having the lower floor, and part of the uper floor new laid, One new Door two window Shutters and the
Roof repaired about the Chimney, we also find 2 old loged Houses...order One new Stable built 18 feet by 12 of
pilled Gum or Maple Loggs covered with Oak Shingles, and One new Corn-Cribb 16 feet by 6 in the clear covered
with Oak Shingles, and One Smoak House 10 feet square of Gum or Maple pilled Logs, and One well dug and
framed..."

        £40 per year

       "...a Loged Dwelling House, which We order to be repaired by having New Window Shutters to ye. dorman
windows, we find a good Granary which we order to be weather boarded on the Wall, we find also an old smoak
House which we order to have a New Roof, and a Cart House, we order One new Stable built, 18 feet by 12, and
One New Corn House, 14 feet by 6..."

        £10/10 annual Rent

         "...the hull of a framed House, which we order to have new doors and 2 new window Shutters and the
Rest of the Windows closed up, the lower floor laid, and bourds laid on the Juice, the whole under pinned with
brick and One Brick Chimney, we find an old House which we order to be covered on One side and order a new
Corn House built 14 feet by 6..."

        £12 per year

PRYOR, ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 54 (1792)

        "...the dwelling house, to be repaired...a log corn house to Erected 18 by 7 feet, and covered with (OK)
shingles One log Stable 16 by 12 feet, and covered with (OK) Shingles or Clabboard in the house..."

        £12 per year

PURDEN, JAMES/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 15 (1783)                                     Mispillion

        "...175 Acres whereof about 110 Acres is now Cleared and within fence On which there is One fraimed
dwelling House much impaired one Loged Kitchen Very much impaired one Smoke house in midling Repair One
fraimed Barn in Very bad Repair apailed Garden in Good Repair..."

        £35 in Specie per year

        "...the Dwelling House and Kitchen and barn all be Repaired..."

PURDIN, ANDREW/JOHN/ELIZABETH/ANDREW (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 11 (1791)

        £80 yearly value

        "...2 good frame Dwelling Houses one Log Do., 2 Kitchins in good Order, 2 Cribs, one Carriage House 2
Stables, 2 Smoke Houses 2 good frame Barns..."

RAISIN, BENJAMIN/JOSEPH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 301-302 (1799)
        "...one old loged house about 20 by 16 feet with a framed addition of about 16 feet Square in Midling
repair and one old loged Kitchen wich we allow to be repaired as follows one side of the ruff to be new covered
some new logs and under pinned with brick 2 old corn Housing which we allow to have some reasonable repairs
one stable about 20 by 16 feet in midling repair one ditto 10 feet Square partly new an old smoke House old
carriage Carriage House very much at of repair..."

        £45 per year
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RATLEDGE, JOHN/SMITH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 126 (1812)

        "...one framed dwelling house 28 feet by 16 single Story, the roof in bad repair, one Kitchen in bad repair,
one Smoke house, one Stable, one Carriage house, one Corn house and one Barn all in tolerable repair, except
Carriage house wants doors...the fencing and pailing on said premises generally in bad repair..."

        $85.00 per year

RAYMOND, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 228 (1773)                                          Duck Creek

        "...the old Brick Dwelling House..."

RAYMOND, JOHN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 19 (1774)                                             Duck Creek

        "...one Small Dwelling House 25 feet by 20 in Good repair with a Small Kitchen in like Order also a large
old Barn but in Middling repair with another old Kitchen Standing...in bad order and out of repair..."

        yearly value £79 East side of land

       "...the old Barn heretofore Mentioned may be repaired with Pine or Ceder wetherbords and may be roofed
with Ceder Shingles..."

RAYMOND, JOHN/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 75 (1785)                                             Duck Creek

        "...140 Acres of Land and Marsh...67 is clear...a hew'd Logg'd dwelling House/in bad Repair/about 25 feet
by 19 feet as also the Loggs of a Kitchen about 20 feet by 18 feet..."

        £39 per year

      "...the said dwelling House be repaired with some new Loggs new Roof of Oak or Cedar and the Outside
Weatherboarded, and the house Under pinned with Brick and that the said Kitchen be Rebuilt and a Brick
Chimney built there.

        £26 per year

REASON, PHILLIP (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 96 (1769)
       "...one Plantation of about 187 acres of Land and Marsh called the Point Plantation about 40 acres thereof
Cleared and under but indifferent fence with a few apple Trees there on and a Small Log'd house Covered with
Oak Boards and only a Earthen floor..."

        yearly value £7/10

REES, ABEL (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 83 (1769)                                                    Little Creek
        "...100 acres or there abouts. Whereof about 70 acres is cleared on which there is one Brick Dwelling
house (one Story High) in good Repair, one Log'd Kitchen and Round Log'd Barn in Ordinary Repair, the fence on
said Plantation in good Repair..."

        yearly value £15

        "...50 acres of Land Whereof 45 acres is cleared, on which there is one Log'd Dwelling house in Ordinary
Repair the fence in Said Place in good Repair..."

        yearly value £10

        "...5 acres all Which is Cleared, on Which there is Two Very Ordinary Small Log'd houses in Bad Repair
the fence...in good Repair..."

        yearly value £3
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REES, ABEL/JEREMIAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 86 (1778)                                            Little Creek
          "...130 Acres or thereabouts...whereof about 60 Acres cleared with one small Logged House...in midling
repair..."

        £15 per year

        "...fence in midling repair..."

        £12 per year

        "...one other small Plantation...with one small Logged House with about 8 acres cleared and fence in
midling Repair..."

        £7 per year

          "...one other Small Plantation...with one Small Logged House in middling Repair and Fence in bad
repair..."

        £9/13/4 per year

REES, ABEL/JEREMIAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 136 (1780)                                          Little Creek
        "...100 acres of Clear Lane or thereabout with one small Log House...fencing in midling Repair and we do
say that there shall be one brick Corner Chimney built in said House..."

        "...value the same at 80 bushels of Good Merchantable wheat per Year..."

        "...10 Acres of Clear Lane or thereabout with one Small Log dwelling house with one small Shed Room
adjoining the same all in Midling Repair..."

        "...value The same at 21 Bushels of Good Merchantable wheat and one bushel of Indian Corn per year..."

        "...60 Acres or Thereabout with one small Log House and Corn Crib and fence in midling Repair..."

        "...value the same at twenty Six and two thirds bushels of good Merchantable wheat per Year..."

REES, JEREMIAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 13 (1774)                                                Little Creek
       "...an old Log Dwelling House a Barn very much out of repair..."

        yearly value £8

REES, JEREMIAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 94 (1779)                                             Duck Creek
       "...a Small Logged House with an outside Dirt Chimney a Plank floor above and below..."

        £30 per year

Little Creek

         "...a Small Logged Dwelling House where a Brick Chimney lately stood wch is now down with an upper
floor of Plank, we think it would be to the Advantage...to Rebuild these. Chimney Otherwise Erect it as a Corner
Chimney, also we find an Old Smoke-house..."

        £81 per year

        "...a Small Dwelling house & Shed with one other out house all of which is Logged and Dirt Chimnies..."

        £21 per year

        total £132 per year
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REES, ROBERT/ROBERT (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 228 (1783)                                            Duck Creek

         "...207 Acres of Land the Clared Land thereon Containing about 112 acres and under midling good
fence...one framed barn about 40 feet by 26 do. with a Cedar Roof in Good Repair also one Corn Crib 24 by 7
feet with two Sheds adjoining thereto with an Oak Roof in midling Repair..."

        £40 in Gold or Silver Coin per Year

REES, THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 112 (1769)

       "...118 acres and about 60 acres Cleared with a Log Dwelling House and Shed Room and Log barn in
Ornery Repair and fencing in Ornery Repair..."

        yearly value £15

        "...one Grist mill in bad Repair and a Brick Dwelling House in good Repair and a Small Lot of Ground
about 3/4 of acre of land..."

        yearly value £40

        "...all the Necessary Repairs Done to the afsd Mill Shall be Allowed for out of the yearly Rents and Profits
of Said Mill...to be left in Good Repair Natrail Decay Excepted..."


REESE, JEREMIAH/RINGGOLD/ABEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 175 (1804)

        $200.00 annuel value

          "...1 Brick dwelling house 2 Stories high 29 by 22. Roof on the back piazza in bad repair, 37 panes of
glass out and broke in sd, House, Roof and frame of the front piazza in very bad repair, the remander of said
House in good repair, 2 fire places below and one above Stairs 1 Brick Kitchen 16 by 18 in bad repair end wall
falling off 1 Story high 1 six and one 12 light window therein with 12 lights broke out of the 2 windows 1 hewed log
smoke hose 10 by 12 in midling repair 1 brick Oven and well in midling repair, 1 sawed log Barn 20 by 21 and
shed adjoining the Barn 20 by 7 in midling repair, 2 cribbs and Carriage House of sawed logs under one Roof 20
1/2 by 15 in very bad repair...1 pailed yard 9 pannel almost rotten the remainder of the fencing in tolerable repair
except a long the side of the whole farm...will take 200 pannel..."



REVELL, JOHN/MARY/ELIZABETH/JOHN/WILLIAM/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 329-330 (1791)

        "...The shed at the North side of said House to have a new Roof and to extend up the Rafters of the body
of the Old House, and the Old House to be new (Cieled) in One End and side and have Window Shutters made
and put up..."

        £27/10 annual Rent

        "...a log dwelling House 20 by 18 Kitchen meat and Corn House..."

        £25 per Annum

        "...a log house 20 by 18...take down the Brick Chimney on said place and put up an other instead of the
present One and build a convenient One on said place to answer the use of Kitchen and meat House..."

        £22/10 per Annum




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REYNALDS, JOHN/DANIEL/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 301 (1790)

         "...one old Framed dwelling house 20 feet by 16 feet plank flour above and below, winding Stairs pannel
bresting a 12 light Window with sash lights thereon a brick chimney covered with feather edge Oak Shingles and
Weatherboarded with oak clabboards (Much out of repair) one old Kitchen not worth repairing One Corn house 14
feet by 5 feet hughed logs covered with Feather edge Oak Shingles in good Repair. A set of old logs (Set up) for
a Syder house which wants a Roof..."

            "...1466 pannels of fences...about 390 in bad repair..."

            £13/10 Annual value


REYNALDS, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 83 (1793)

            £7 per Year

       "...to erect thereon on Crib 16 feet in length and 6 feet in weadth, 7 feet height of round Loggs, to be
covered with Oak Shingles..."


REYNOLDS, JOHN/DANIEL/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 70 (1801)

            "...one framed dwelling House, one old Smiths Shop, one old Kitchen...959 pannels of fence in bad
order..."

            $30.00 annuel Rent

            "...buy timber for 1000 Rails..."


RINGGOLD, JOHN/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 128 (1811)                                        Little Creek (Kenton)

         "...with Brick dwelling 2 Story high 27 by 30 feet in good repair except the Sill of the front door porch & 5
panes of Glass wanting which we Allow to be Repaired, Brick Kitchen adjoining the aforesaid dwelling house 14 by
12 feet in good repair, Frame office 20 by 12 feet in tolerable repair, Frame Barn 30 by 20 feet in good repair, Log
Corn Crib 7 by 20 feet new and in good repair, Sawed log Stable 20 by 18 feet new & Do Log Smoke house 12 by
14 in tollerable repair old log Kitchen in bad repair, old log Corn Crib Carriage house & Granery under one Roof in
bad repair, old log hen house in bad repair, Cow house with a good roof we allow repaired new posts...fences in
good repair..."

            $400.00 per annum

         "...log dwelling house 20 by 16 feet in bad repair, and we allow it repaired with a new roof and some new
logs and weatherboarding repaired, Log Kitchen and frame addition 20 by 14 in bad repair Log Corn Crib 6 by 14
feet...we allow a new log Corn Crib to be built 7 by 20 feet the logs to be Scalped, to be 8 feet high and covered
with oak shingles, we allow a log stable to be built 12 by 15 feet the logs to be scalped and 2 logs above Joice and
to be covered with oak Shingles..."

            $110.00 per Annum

Duck Creek

            "...log dwelling house 16 feet square in tolerable repair...fences in tolerable repair..."

            $37.00 per annum

            "...log house weatherboarded 20 by 18 feet one Story high in tolerable repair except the Roof, we allow
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the weatherboarding to be repaired, old log and frame Kitchen adjoining in bad repair, Log Smoke house in good
repair, log Stable in good repair fence round the Lot in bad repair, and we allow the same to be repaired..."

        $40.00 per annum

        "...one Brick Story house...one Story high 30 by 15 in tolerable repair, we allow a new Step ladder and
platform to be put to the granery and watherboarding to be repaired..."

        $53.33 per annum

Little Creek

        "...One other log dwelling house...one Story 20 by 18 feet in tolerable repair, except 6 panes of Glass
wanting which we allow to be put in, one other small log dwelling house adjoining the last aforesaid in very
ordinary repair..."

        $20.00 per Annum

          "...a Brick dwelling house one Story high 20 by 18 feet in good repair, except 15 panes of glass wanting,
which we allow to be put in, Log Kitchen 15 by 12 ft. in good repair, log Smoke house about 12 feet square in but
tolerable repair, 2 log Corn Cribs and Granery under on roof 24 by 18 ft. in but tolerable repair, we allow brick
pillars to be put under the Cribbs, no stable on the farm and we think one ought to be built of Sawed logs 20 by 18
ft. and covered with Cypress Shingles...fences in but bad repair..."

        $200.00 per Annum


ROBINSON, GORDON (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 214 (1782)

         "...the Grist Mill do find the Dam in midling Repair a Set of Waste Gates the frame Old and Rotten the
Gates sound and Good the Mill House 2 Story High the first Story fram Very Rotten the weather boards Chiefly
Gone the Second Story Sawed Logs is midling Good the water wheel and all the Running Geers Old and almost
worn out fit for very Little further Service bolting Chest much out of Repair the Cloth much patched the Stones is
apair of Cullins midling Good the pear head in Good Repair and we do value the Back Rents of one half of the
Said mill to be worth the Sum of £15..."


ROBINSON, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 202 (1772)                                                   Little Creek

        "...3 acres; the which is all cleared & without fence except a small Garden inclosed with a worm fence.

         "...an old Mill house & Mill Very Rotten & out of Repair in which is a pair of good cullen stones the Mill we
order to be Rebuilt & the Mill house to be repaired..."

         "...a saw Mill: in good Repair Except the Roof of the House which we order to be Repaired, WE find also
aset of safe gates in the Race, in good Repair: WE find ye dam Very much out of Repare which we order to be
repared and new flood gates to be made We also order a new log house to Built on the said Premises 20 by 18
feet and one story high and made Tenantable for a Miller..."

        "...Value the Rent of said house with said garden at £4 a Year, also the Grist Mill £40 a Year..."

        "the saw Mill...£15 a year..."


RODNEY, WILLIAM/LETITIA (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 246 (1789)                                                   Dover

        "...a brick dwelling house, a framed kitchen, a logg'd Smoke house, a loggd Stable with Sheds, two Corn
cribbs an Old Carriage & hen house, a framed barn..."
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        "...The back parlour door of the mansion house Wants a new frame the Cellar door also is bad and Wants
repairing, the Kitchen should be clapboarded new doors should be put to the barn, the Carriage house ought to be
clapboarded and Otherwise repaired the Oven (Which had fallen down) should be built up..."

        £48 per year

ROE. CAESAR (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 190 (1772)                                          Duck Creek

         "...Loged Dwelling house with a Clay Chimne Not Quite finished which we order the Guardian to finish with
Bricks the uper flores the Planks only laid loose. Down Which We order to be jointed and nailed down. We find
one old loged Kitchen 2 Old Corn houses not worth Repairing one loged Barn. Neerly new the Doors not finished
Which we order to be finished one old Milk house Which we think the guardian might move out of the mud where it
now Stands and Rebuild it on the upland We find the fences in Midling good order..."

        yearly value £17/10

ROE, JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 80 (1769)

        "...We Value the horse head Plantation to be worth £3 a year, and that there may be 35 acres cleared, and
we Value one Tenth of the Brick house Plantation to be worth 40 shillings a year and none to be cleared, but
where the Timber is Cut of for the Repair of the Plantation and we Value one Tenth of Two thirds of the Plantation
called Brachers Plantation..."

ROGERS, EDWARD/MARIAH/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 223 (1805)

        "...one brick dwelling house and brick Kitchen adjoining one old Barn, one Carriage house, one Stable,
one old Smoke house, one old Garner one Corn Crib..."

        "...one old dwelling house and one Small barn..."

        $150.00 per year.

RUNNELLS, JOHN/JOHN/DANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 55-56 (1792)                                 Mutherkill

        "...one old framed dwelling house and brick Chimney much out of Repair, one small Log Kitchen, one
small loged Corn Crib, amongst 1523 pannells of but indifferent fencing..."

        £11/5 yearly Rent

SCHUCE, JOHN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 240 (1806)

        $40.00 per year

        "...Repair the dwelling house, to put a lower floor new, a new Roof and weather board the same...to build
a Corn cribb, Smoke house and Stable..."

SHEPPARD, THOMAS/ELIZABETH/RICH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 301 (1791)                                  Mispillion
        "...one Grist Mill and Mill house in Midling repair, one Sett of Waist Gates in badd Order, One brick
Dwelling house, 24 feet long by 18 feet wide, Unfinished upstairs one old Kitchen and Smoke house, verry Sorry,
one loged Stable midling good..."

        £15 annual Rents

       "...one fulling Mill and Mill house 26 feet Long by 18 feet Wide One Story high one Small Kitchen...the
Press belonging to Said Mill in Good Order..."

        £26/5 per Annum
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SHEPPERD, THOMAS (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 123 (1787)                                                   Mispillion

Home Plantation and Mill Seat

        "...one Brick House two Story high, 26 by 18, the Joiners done below, but not Plastered, The Upper Story,
the Joiners Work not done, nor Plastering, One Kitchen 16 by 14, within one Brick Chimney, The Grist Mill in
Midling good Repair...the fencing in good repair..."

Fulling Mill Plantation

        "...one Brick House 26 by 18 one Story the under floor Said and the Plaistering done and doors made, the
upper floor not laid nor Plaistering done, The fulling mill in midling good Repair, one Log Kitchen 20 by 15...the
fencing in bad Repair..."

        "...annual Rents of the Home Plantation and Grist Mill at £30 per Year..."

        "...The Fulling Mill & Place £22/10 per Year..."


SIPPLE, ELIAS/ELIJAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 194 (1805)

         "...1 two Story House 16 feet by 18 Do and adjoining the same one 35 feet long & 16 wide one Story high
with a Piazza 20 feet long & 7 feet wide in tenantable repair 1 Log Stable in tolerable Repair...1 ditto ditto in bad
repair, to be made good, 1 corn house in good Repair, to be kept so 1 frame Barn & Shed adjoining in Tolerable
repair, to be kept so, 1 Smoak House in Tolerable repair and to be so kept by Guardian, 1 milk House in good
repair kept so, a well of water in bad repair to be put in good repair...fencing in Tolerable repair to be kept so..."

        £45 Annuel Rent

      "...fencing in bad Repair, one dwelling house one Story high in tolerable repair and to be kept so...1
Smoak House in bad repair to be put in good repair, 1 Corn Cribb in bad repair to be put in good repair..."

        £15 Annuel Rent

SIPPLE, ELIAS/ELIJAH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 40 (1809)

        "...one frame house 16 by 18 feet two Story high in good repair, except some Glass in the windows, which
we order to be filled up, one other house one Story high 14 by 28 feet adjoining the 2 Story in tolerable repair and
so to be kept old Stable Loggs to be put up and covered with half price boards, we order a new pailed Garden
pannells by 9 pannells, also a new well to be Settled..."

        "...fences on and around this farm in bad repair, which we order to be put and kept in good repair..."

        $120.00 Annuel Rent


SUPPLE, THOMAS/ELIZA TATNALL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 164 (1804)                                       Dover

          "...the Mill House and running gears in midling Repair the Gates Blown, dam broke and Exceedingly out of
repair..."

         "...a large 2 story frame dwelling House with a 2 Story Brick Kitchen both in good Repair, a Brick Smoke
House in good Repair, a Frame Stable Carriage House and Corn Cribb under one Roof in Tolerable Repair, a
large frame Barn in midling repair..."

        "...the outside fences in tolerable Repair, the inside fences in but indifferent Repair..."

        $200.00 Annuel Rent
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SMITH, HOLLIDAY & SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 232-233 (1783)                       Duck Creek

Holliday Smith

         "...one framed Dwelling House 20 by 16 feet with a brick Chimney with a Shed 10 feet wide on One Side
all in bad Repair one Log'd Corn House 10 by ( ) feet...fences in bad Repair..."

        £7 Specie per year

Samuel Smith

        "...fences in bad repair..."

        £3 Specie per year

SMITH, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 19 (1784)

        "...anew frame Dwelling House 32 by 22 feet not finished we Order it to be finished and Kept in Good
Repair a new Saw'd Log barn which we ordered to be Kept in Good Repair a Good Log Kitchen which we ordered
to be Kept in Good Repair one Corn Crib which we Ordered a New Clapboard Ruff and to be Kept in Good Repair
some sawed Logs which we Ordered to be applied to the use of Building a New Smoke House 14 by 16 feet with a
Shingled Ruff and to be Kept in Good Repair a Small Log House with a brick Chimney and earthen floor below
which we Ordered to be Kept in Good Repair One Old House not worth Repairing..."

Murderkill

         "...two Grist Mills One for Merchants work the other for County both House built with Round logs and in
bad condition we Ordered a New House to be build 35 by 40 feet and the under Story to be brick and the Other
frame with a New therein with two pair of Stones to go with double Geers and the Said Mill and House finished to
Answer for Merchants work as well as County and after so built to be Kept in Good Repair and so left By the Said
Mill we found a Hewed log House, with a good Brick chimney in the Same with part of the Ruff put on which said
House we Ordered to be finished with Good floors and doors and to be Kept in Good Repair One Small hewd log
house also Standing by the Mill in good Repair and Ordered to be Kept So One Stable in Tenantable Repair and
Ordered to be Kept..."

        "...a New Set of waste-Gates put in where the Old ones Stand unless it may be thought another place
better and Kept in Good Repair..."

        "...a new Hewed log house and one Small Hewed log House and one Small Hewed log House one frame
Barn in Bad Condition we Ordered the Barn to be Repaired with Sills Board floor..."

        "...the fences dwelling House framed in bad Repair and Ordered them to be Repaired and so to be Kept a
Barn in Midling Repair and to be Kept So One Crib to be Covered with Oak Boards..."

        Dwelling or mansion Plantation £150 per annum

        Mills £120 per Annum

        Mill Plantation £40 per Annum

        Plantation on which Moses Crankfield now lives £40 per Annum



SMITH, JOHN/MANLOVE/SARAH/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 132 (1804)                              Dover

        "...one midling good dwelling House 18 by 14 feet, two out house in midling, one Barn & Carriage House &
Stable in tolerable repair the fencing in midling repair..."
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        "...one old dwelling house 18 by 16 feet & one old corn cribb & Stable..."

        "...a dwelling house 18 by 16 feet, and some other outhouses..."

        £40 per Annum



SMITH, OLIVER/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 270 (1807)                                             Duck Creek

        "...one loged house about 18 feet by 16 feet one brick Chimney in bad repair, oak roof in midling repair,
Rough floor above, 2 doors one in bad repair, old Corn Cribb 15 feet by 6 feet Clabboard Roof in midling repair,
Well of water in bad repair...the fences in but midling repair..."

      "...the House ought to be raised have the corners Boxed and the walls weatherboarded with Oak the
Chimney Repaired, the door mended..."

        $62.50 yearly



SMITH, RICHARD/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 225 (1805)                                            Duck Creek

        "...a loged dwelling House and a loged Kitchen, the house we direct to be repaired by putting in new logs
where the old ones are Rotten, and new cover said house with Oak shingles..."

        £6 annuel Rents


SMITH, RICHARD/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 225 (1805)                                         Duck Creek

        "...One loged dwelling House in tolerable repair, the walls...to be weatherboarded..."

        $20.00 per annum


SMITH, SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 225 (1796)                                            Duck Creek

        "...build a frame dwelling house 18 by 16 feet, one or one and a half story..."

        £15 per year


SMITH, WILLIAM/NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 226 (1805)                                       Duck Creek

         "...One dwelling house 18 feet by 30 with a good Cellar and good Porch before the front door, the Cellar
with 2 rooms, the porch is good and on 4 pillars of Brick, the house has 4 windows each with 12 sash lights 8 by
10 Inches and Glass in the same and Shutters, and a good Brick Chimney in each end, with a fire place in each,
and one Kitchen at the end of said dwelling house and entry the Kitchen is gum loggs and the entry frame new
and good, they have a good oak Shingled Roof as well as the dwelling house, the Kitchen and entry is 24 feet long
and 18 wide (the entry is 8 of the said 24 feet) and one Brick Chimney, 1 Corn Cribb 14 by 6 feet of Gum loggs
and Clabboard Roof oak and bad, 1 old smoke house not worth Repair 1 Carriage house 14 by 12 feet, to be
repaired for the use of a Stable, it has a Clabboard Roof...1488 pannels 8 loggs high very good and sound...build
a new Smoke house...fence may be Straitned...one old dwelling house not worth repairing 30 by 21 feet..."

        $50.00 yearly value

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SMITH, WILLIAM/NATHANIEL (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 7 (1807)                                          Duck Creek

        "...a dwelling house in good repair, a Loged Kitchen in good repair which we order to be weatherboarded
to secure the Wall, one Corn house in good repaid, and one old Smoke house which we direct to be repaired..."

        $50.00 Annuel Rent


SMITH, WILLIAM/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT) F-p. 253 (1806)                                   Mispillion

        "...one new house begun...not finished...shall be finished...2 old loged houses that is not worth any
valuation...ought to be torn down...500 pannels of Fence on the place in bad order..."

        $30.00 annual Rent


SNOW, ANNE (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 103 (1769)

        "...75 acres in the whole...43 or abouts of which is Cleared and that within fence but in very Bad Repair
with an Old House and no Other Improvements thereon..."

        yearly value £8

        "...Cleared Land afsd Shall be Left in good Lawfull fence..."

        "...shall not be any Timber cut or Destroyed...more than shall be Necessary for making a good sufficient
fence and keeping of it in the like Repair..."

SNOW, JAMES/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 92 (1779)                                                 Duck Creek

         "...4 Acres of cleared Land or there abouts with one Logged House 20 by 20 feet in midling repair. We
further order the guardian to find 200 (Rails) to repair the said Lot..."

        £15 per year

SNOW, JAMES/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 223 (1805)                                                Duck Creek

         "...one log dwelling house 32 by 16 1/2 feet one Story high, one part of the house 18 feet with Oak Roof in
bad order 3 doors 3 Small windows & one in gable end 2 fire places...one part of the House 18 ft. ought to be
covered with Oak Shingles and one Sill put under said part, repair 2 windows & one fire place, One log Smoke
House 11 ft. by 9 ft. covered with half price Board in tolerable Repair, One old log Stable with part of a Roof on it,
in bad order...ought to be repaired one log Corn Cribb 16 ft. by 7 ft. covered with Clapboards in tolerable good
order...the aforesaid dwelling house...box the Corners..."

        £40 per year



SNOW, JAMES/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 103 (1810)                                                Duck Creek

       "...one log dwelling house 30 by 16 in bad repair, one round loged corn house in bad repair, one round
loged meat house in very bad repair..."

        $100.00 yearly rent




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SNOW, JAMES/REBECCA/JAMES                                                                  Little Creek
        "...a good brick dwelling House 30 feet by 18 or thereabout in good repair brick Kitchen Loged, smoke
house in like manner Loged, barn with Stables about 23 by 20 feet wants to be new Siled and all the fencing...in
good repair..."

        yearly value £55

        "...2 Small Logd Houses one wherein Elizabeth (Toy) now lives and the other wherein John Matthews
Lives both Under rent..."

        "...shall not be repaired..."

        "...2 old Stores we say not to be repaired, and valued at £5 per year..."

        "...a new Brick House 30 by 20 feet finished and fit to be Tenanted..."

        "...an old hewed Loged house...shall be moved to the above new brick House for a Kitchen..."

        £18 per year

SNOW, JAMES/REBEKAH (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 65-67 (1785)                                        Little Creek
       "...120 acres of cleared Lane...within midling good fence except the lower End of that field next to Beaver
Dam, and that is quite gone..."

        "...two Story Brick Dwelling House 30 by 18 feet with two Rooms on a floor and a Cellar under the
whole..."

        "...repair in good Order a Breach of the Roof or hold near the Chimney on the South Side thereof and in
like manner have a new door Case or frame put to the South door of said House and also have the inner Cellar
Stairs Carried up good and New And that he likewise has 70 pains of Window Glass put into the Sashes and the
same wall glaz'd The Wall, he must also repair the Wall thereof which is broke near the Top and See that the
Stone Curb be fastned on with Iron & Lead in the usual manner..."

        "...one brick kitchen of one Story high 18 by 15 feet Cedar Roof the Loft laid with loose pine Boards, an
Earthen floor in good repair Likewise a hew'd Log Smoke house 12 by 12 feet with an Oak Roof in midling good
Repair Also a hew'd Log Corn Crib 20 by 6 feet with an Oak Roof in bad repair..."

        £60 per year

          "...a good brick Dwelling House two Stories High 30 by 20 feet the porches both good and one of the
Hearths very bad, 20 pains of Window Glass missing otherwise in good repair There is one framed Shed Adjoining
the West End of said House 22 by 16 feet the Weather boards and Roof Cedar with Counter and Shelves inside
for selling Goods with a brick Chimney and plaistered in good repair, the Garden pails or fences is quite gone..."

        "...an old Sawed Log Kitchen the Sills and Roof of which, is in a manner gone and the Chimney much
impaired, near the Kitchen Stands an old Carriage House 15 by 10 feet weather Boarded and Roofed with pine the
Doors Somewhat broke otherwise in midling Repair, In some Short distance from the dwelling House afsd is the
Landing & Wharf, Whereon Stands one framed Granery 15, by 12 feet Oak Roof and Weather boarded with Oak
Clapboards, the floor pine otherwise in midling repair, There is also another framed Store house Standing on the
End of the Wharf the Steps of which is gone otherwise in midling repair, the Wharf is much out of repair..."

        £30 per year

         "...put the before mentioned Store House Granary and Wharf in good Repair and is also to Rebuild the Old
Kitchen near the Dwelling House and to Cover it with a Cedar Roof put up a Brick Chimney in the same and lay
the Loft with Pine *Boards...good porch put up or Build to the Front Door or South Side Suitable to the goodness of
the said Dwelling House and to have 20 pains of Glass wall Glaz'd in the Sashes of the Same..."
         "...on the North Side of the said Landing Road in midling good fence..."
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SNOW, JAMES/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 133-135 (1781)                                         Little Creek

         "...under Very Good fence when a few pannels more are new Set and the new Rails now, Got are put up
On which Cleared Land are Errected one Brick two Story dwelling House about 30 by 18 feet with a Ceedar Roof
two Rooms on a floor and Cellar under the whole the said house in Tenantable Repair Except 36 panes of Glass
wanting the partition door and Door Case below Stairs Somewhat impaired and the Lower floors near the Haths
injured by the fire and much used Likewise the back of the fire place in the inward Room fallen down and One 8
Light Sash up Stairs broken Also one Brick Kitchen a Single Story about 18 by 15 feet with a Cedar Roof an
Earthen floor and the Loft laid with loose find bord in Good Repair - Likewise a hewed Log Smoke House 12 feet
Square with a Oak Roof a (Do.r) and door Cheeks Wanting Otherwise in Tolerable Good Repair also one hewd
log corn Crib about 20 by 6 feet with an Oak Roof a door and part of the floor wanting in Ordinary Repair also a
hew'd Log'd Barn about 24 by 20 feet with a Cedar Roof which barn has been latly Silled and floored with Inch
Pine board Otherwise in bad Repair the Logs near the Sills decayed doors wanting and the East Gable End blown
down an Old brick well in bad repair about ground with a hewn Stone Curb..."

        £75 in Specie per Year
        "...18 Acres under Good fences as afsd on which are Errected one two Story Brick dwelling house 30 by
22 feet with a Cedar roof two Rooms on afloor and a Cellar under the whole in Good Repair Except 16 panes of
Glass wanting Also a fraimed Shed at the west end of the House afsd 22 by 16 feet Weatherboarded and Roofed
with Cedar with two board floors and a Brick Chimney likewise plastered and Shelves...in Very Good Repair..."

         "...One Sawed Log'd Kitchen 18 by 17 feet an Oak Roof an Earthan floor and Brick Chimney with the
upper floor Laid with pine board in Verry Ordinary Repair - One Chair house 15 by 10 feet Weatherboarded and
Roofed with Pine board in tolerable Good Repair - likewise one Shed Roofed Stable about 12 by 10 feet
weatherboarded and Roofed with half pine boards in Ordinary Repair - Also One Sawed Log'd Stable 16 by 15
feet with a Cedar Roof a Pine board floor formerly Occupied for a Garner in tolerable Good Repair - Also one
framed Garner about 15 by 12 feet with an Oak Roof and lined with Oak clapboards with a floor of fine boards in
Good Repair - and one Other framed Store house on the wharf 30 by 20 feet a Story and a half with two good
floors and An Inch board partition with two Out side doors below apair of Outside Steps and platform to go on the
2nd floor weatherboarded and Roofed with Cedar in Verry Good Repair...Old paled Guarden a brick Oven an Old
fraimed Well in bad Repair..."

        £50 in Specie per Year

       "...repairs...wanting on the Several buildings before particularly mentioned...need of to be done...the
window Glass which may be Supplied with dead lights..."

        £125 per Year in Specie


SNOW, JOSEPH (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 211-212 (1782)                                      Duck Creek

        "...200 Acres of Clared up Land and abot 15 Acres of Branch Meadow whereon there is a Large Brick
Dwelling House 2 Story High about 40 feet Long and 20 wide almost new not plastered nor painted 24 pans of
Window Glass wanting to be put in the Sashes which Said Glass we think aught to be Put in..."

        "...one Brick Kitchen about 21 feet long by 17 feet Wide the Lower floor Laid with Brick and the uper ditto
with plank in good Repair one log do brick floor below and plank above and brick Chimeney said Kitchen is in
midling Repair One Smoak House and Corn Crib in bad Repair one Old Framed barn 30 feet Long by 20 wide and
Shed Stable at each end in midling Repair one Log Cow house in Good Repair..."

        £100 Specie per Year

"...also one Small Log House on the main Road 19 feet long by 18 wide with a brick Chimney and about 3 Acres of
clared Land also one Other Log Do...about 19 feet long by 18 wide with a brick Chimney and plank floor above
and below in said house..."

        £14/10 per Year
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        "...also one other Small Brick Messuage or Tenement on the main road 22 feet Long and 20 wide one
Story High with a Cellar under it..."

        £10 per Year

Little Creek

        "...100 Acres of Clared Lane..."

        "...two old Log Buildings with two Brick Chimneys One of Said Houses Has a Plank floor above and below
one Shed Room built between said Log Houses with plank above and below the building and fences in bad
Repair..."

        £164/10 Specie including the widows thirds

        £109/13 excluding widoes thirds


SNOW, JOSEPH/LYDIA/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 303 (1791)                                      Little Creek

        "...to build a Small Log dwelling house, about 16 by 18 feet and a log Corn Crib 18 by 5 feet & likewise a
Stable 12 by 14 feet..."

        £7/10 per Annum


SNOW, SILAS/PHEBE/GEORGE/JOSEPH/SILAS (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 255 (1797)                           Little Creek

         "...one brick dweling house about 30 by 20 feet in good repair, one hewed log kitchen 20 by 10 feet in bad
repair which we order to be new cilled and weather boarded one smoke house 12 feet square in good repair 2
corn cribs under one roof 20 by 6 feet with 12 feet passage in good repair one hewed log barn in bad repair about
30 by 22 feet one frame granary 20 by 10 feet one side to be weather boarded..."

        "...one hewed log house 20 by 10 feet in bad repair with an addition of 10 by 12 feet in good repair..."

        £60 per annum

        £20 per annum

         "...one frame dweling house about 10 by 14 feet in good repair one scalped log kitchen about 10 by 16
feet in midling repair one smoke house 12 feet square in good repair one frame Barn about 10 by 16 feet in good
repair granary adjoining barn 10 by 10 in good repair..."

        £22/10 per annum

         "...to be covered with oak shingles a new frame barn to be built and covered with the roof of the old
barn...2 new porches built 39 panes of glass put in new cills to the door frames..."


SPRUANCE, JOHN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 233 (1788)                                             Duck Creek

        "...one dwelling Six and twenty feet by eighteen Which wants the following repairs - part of the floors want
laying and the Wall Wants to be weather boarded..."

        £37/10 per year



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STEDHAM, THOMAS/GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 274 (1806)

        "...a dwelling house in good Repair, only 11 panes of Glass broken out, which we order to be filed up, also
a loged Kitchen which we order to be weatherboarded, also a granery which we direct to be weatherboarded and
new covered, also a large Barn which we direct to have a new front Sill, and the front side of the roof new
covered...to build a new Corn house 8 feet wide and 20 feet Long, also a new Smoke house 14 feet long and 12
feet wide..."

        $160.00 Annuel Rent

STEVENS, DANIEL/JOHN (K.C.O.CT) E-p. 220 (1796)

          "...one Log dwelling house one & half story high with a cedar roof the west side and south end whereof is
weather boarded with cedar, under pined with brick aflush, with 2 brick chimneys, there is also 2 rooms above and
2 below with a good breast work round each chimney with a sufficient quantity of windows in good condition, one
sawed log kitchen about 18 feet square with a good cedar roof one plank floor above head under pined aflush with
a brick with a good brick chimney in it, this house is in good condition, one log smoke house with a plank roof; this
house is in good condition, one brick milk house about 10 feet square, with an oak roof and brick floor below, and
a plank one above this house is in good condition, one new sawed log corn crib with an oak roof, this house is in
good condition, one old log hen house but in midling condition, one old sawed log barn with a cedar roof without
sills, sleepers or a floor, in bad condition...an oak post and rail fence..."

        "...the North end and east side of the dwelling house ought to be weather boarded with cedar in like
manner as the South end and west side is already done, and that the barn ought to be repaired by puting in one
log round, new sill'd, new sleeper'd, new floor'd and new doors..."

        "...yearly rent...100 bushels of good merchantable wheat 100 bushels of merchantable barley, and 250
bushels of merchantable Indian corn..."

STEVENS, HENRY/SUSANAH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 253 (1790)

        "...one brick dwelling house one log Kitchen one framed barn, one log smoak house 3 log'd Corn cribs,
one do. Granary, one do. Hen house one frame Carriage house..."

         "...to paint the out side of the dwelling House and glaze the Same where it needs and built one new Porch,
build a new Smoak house..."

£170 per annum

STOUT, EMANUEL/MARY/SUSANNAH (HAM)/HANNAH (GRIFFIN)/ELIZABETH (FREEMAN)/SARAH
(EMMERSON)/JACOB/REBECCA/MARTHA/PETER/ANN/LYDIA

                         (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 156-168 (1782)                                  Little Creek

         "...495 Acres and 145 and one third Square perches of Land Marsh wood-land points and branch
Cripple..."

        "...brick mansion house and Kitchen together with 2 wooden Kitchens or Out houses..."

        "...Wooden Shop or Story House..."

        "...a double Stable or Log House as Also the Cart House between them..."

        "...a Log'd Smith's Shop..."

        "...a double fram dwelling House and a New Log'd Shop..."

        "...a double Log'd Stable..."
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STOUT, EMMANUEL/PETER (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 228 (1786)                                                  Little Creek

        "...a frame dwelling house 30 by 15 feet which we Order to have 36 panes of Glass put in, in Midling good
Repair, one barn a frame 18 by 16 feet in Ordinary repair..."

        £12 in gold and Silver per year

STOUT, PETER/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT._ G-p. 104 (1811)

         "...a frame dwelling house about 18 feet by 20 with an Oak roof, brick chimney, lower floor laid with pine
boards, and is also weatherboarded with pine, 2 doors and one window without Glass or Sashes, the whole except
the roof may be said to be in good repair..."

        $20.00 annuel Rent

STURGIS, STOCKLEY/STOCKLEY (K.C.O.CT._ D-p. 259 (1790)

       "...one dwelling house in but midling Order and repair, One loged Kitchen but indifferent, one Log'd barn
with Oak roof but indifferent, One granary in good Order, One old Corn crib in bad order..."

        £45 per year

SUTTON, EDWARD/MARY (MIDDLEBROOKS) (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 282 (1790)

         "...160 pannel of worm'd fence about 6 Rales to the panel...a Small Logged dwelling house about 16 by 18
feet a Tolerable brick Chimney with an oak Shingled Roof 2 plank flores laid Without nailing no breast Work
(...have the flores nailed and brest Work maid)...Tanyard on Said premises verry Small and bad repair having 8
odd form'd Vats, the Tops of Which is rotten The bark mill house is Green logs with board Roof The Barn Mill very
much out of Order (...the Mill house should be weather boarded)..."

        £6/10 per year

        "...18 Acres under Good fences as afsd on which are Errected one two Story Brick dwelling house 30 by
22 feet with a Cedar roof two Rooms on afloor and a Cellar under the whole in Good Repair Except 16 panes of
Glass wanting Also a fraimed Shed at the west end of the House afsd 22 by 16 feet Weatherboarded and Roofed
with Cedar with two board floors and a Brick Chimney likewise plastered and Shelves...in Very Good Repair..."

         "...One Sawed Log'd Kitchen 18 by 17 feet an Oak Roof an Earthan floor and Brick Chimney with the
upper floor Laid with pine board in Verry Ordinary Repair - One Chair house 15 by 10 feet Weatherboarded and
Roofed with Pine board in tolerable Good Repair - likewise one Shed Roofed Stable about 12 by 10 feet
weatherboarded and Roofed with half pine boards in Ordinary Repair - Also One Sawed Log'd Stable 16 by 15
feet with a Cedar Roof a Pine board floor formerly Occupied for a Garner in tolerable Good Repair - Also one
framed Garner about 15 by 12 feet with an Oak Roof and lined with Oak clapboards with a floor of fine boards in
Good Repair - and one Other framed Store house on the wharf 30 by 20 feet a Story and a half with two good
floors and An Inch board partition with two Out side doors below apair of Outside Steps and platform to go on the
2nd floor weatherboarded and Roofed with Cedar in Verry Good Repair...Old paled Guarden a brick Oven an Old
fraimed Well in bad Repair..."

        £50 in Specie per Year

       "...repairs...wanting on the Several buildings before particularly mentioned...need of to be done...the
window Glass which may be Supplied with dead lights..."

        £125 per Year in Specie




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SNOW, JOSEPH (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 211-212 (1782)                                      Duck Creek

        "...200 Acres of Clared up Land and abot 15 Acres of Branch Meadow whereon there is a Large Brick
Dwelling House 2 Story High about 40 feet Long and 20 wide almost new not plastered nor painted 24 pans of
Window Glass wanting to be put in the Sashes which Said Glass we think aught to be Put in..."

        "...one Brick Kitchen about 21 feet long by 17 feet Wide the Lower floor Laid with Brick and the uper ditto
with plank in good Repair one log do brick floor below and plank above and brick Chimeney said Kitchen is in
midling Repair One Smoak House and Corn Crib in bad Repair one Old Framed barn 30 feet Long by 20 wide and
Shed Stable at each end in midling Repair one Log Cow house in Good Repair..."

        £100 Specie per Year

"...also one Small Log House on the main Road 19 feet long by 18 wide with a brick Chimney and about 3 Acres of
clared Land also one Other Log Do...about 19 feet long by 18 wide with a brick Chimney and plank floor above
and below in said house..."

        £14/10 per Year

        "...also one other Small Brick Messuage or Tenement on the main road 22 feet Long and 20 wide one
Story High with a Cellar under it..."

        £10 per Year

Little Creek

        "...100 Acres of Clared Lane..."

        "...two old Log Buildings with two Brick Chimneys One of Said Houses Has a Plank floor above and below
one Shed Room built between said Log Houses with plank above and below the building and fences in bad
Repair..."

        £164/10 Specie including the widows thirds

        £109/13 excluding widoes thirds


SNOW, JOSEPH/LYDIA/REBECCA (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 303 (1791)                                     Little Creek

        "...to build a Small Log dwelling house, about 16 by 18 feet and a log Corn Crib 18 by 5 feet & likewise a
Stable 12 by 14 feet..."

        £7/10 per Annum


SNOW, SILAS/PHEBE/GEORGE/JOSEPH/SILAS (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 255 (1797)                          Little Creek

         "...one brick dweling house about 30 by 20 feet in good repair, one hewed log kitchen 20 by 10 feet in bad
repair which we order to be new cilled and weather boarded one smoke house 12 feet square in good repair 2
corn cribs under one roof 20 by 6 feet with 12 feet passage in good repair one hewed log barn in bad repair about
30 by 22 feet one frame granary 20 by 10 feet one side to be weather boarded..."

        "...one hewed log house 20 by 10 feet in bad repair with an addition of 10 by 12 feet in good repair..."

        £60 per annum

        £20 per annum

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         "...one frame dweling house about 10 by 14 feet in good repair one scalped log kitchen about 10 by 16
feet in midling repair one smoke house 12 feet square in good repair one frame Barn about 10 by 16 feet in good
repair granary adjoining barn 10 by 10 in good repair..."

        £22/10 per annum

         "...to be covered with oak shingles a new frame barn to be built and covered with the roof of the old
barn...2 new porches built 39 panes of glass put in new cills to the door frames..."

SPRUANCE, JOHN/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 233 (1788)                                             Duck Creek

        "...one dwelling Six and twenty feet by eighteen Which wants the following repairs - part of the floors want
laying and the Wall Wants to be weather boarded..."

        £37/10 per year

STEDHAM, THOMAS/GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 274 (1806)

        "...a dwelling house in good Repair, only 11 panes of Glass broken out, which we order to be filed up, also
a loged Kitchen which we order to be weatherboarded, also a granery which we direct to be weatherboarded and
new covered, also a large Barn which we direct to have a new front Sill, and the front side of the roof new
covered...to build a new Corn house 8 feet wide and 20 feet Long, also a new Smoke house 14 feet long and 12
feet wide..."

        $160.00 Annuel Rent

STEVENS, DANIEL/JOHN (K.C.O.CT) E-p. 220 (1796)

          "...one Log dwelling house one & half story high with a cedar roof the west side and south end whereof is
weather boarded with cedar, under pined with brick aflush, with 2 brick chimneys, there is also 2 rooms above and
2 below with a good breast work round each chimney with a sufficient quantity of windows in good condition, one
sawed log kitchen about 18 feet square with a good cedar roof one plank floor above head under pined aflush with
a brick with a good brick chimney in it, this house is in good condition, one log smoke house with a plank roof; this
house is in good condition, one brick milk house about 10 feet square, with an oak roof and brick floor below, and
a plank one above this house is in good condition, one new sawed log corn crib with an oak roof, this house is in
good condition, one old log hen house but in midling condition, one old sawed log barn with a cedar roof without
sills, sleepers or a floor, in bad condition...an oak post and rail fence..."

        "...the North end and east side of the dwelling house ought to be weather boarded with cedar in like
manner as the South end and west side is already done, and that the barn ought to be repaired by puting in one
log round, new sill'd, new sleeper'd, new floor'd and new doors..."

        "...yearly rent...100 bushels of good merchantable wheat 100 bushels of merchantable barley, and 250
bushels of merchantable Indian corn..."



STEVENS, HENRY/SUSANAH (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 253 (1790)

        "...one brick dwelling house one log Kitchen one framed barn, one log smoak house 3 log'd Corn cribs,
one do. Granary, one do. Hen house one frame Carriage house..."

         "...to paint the out side of the dwelling House and glaze the Same where it needs and built one new Porch,
build a new Smoak house..."

£170 per annum



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STOUT, EMANUEL/MARY/SUSANNAH (HAM)/HANNAH (GRIFFIN)/ELIZABETH (FREEMAN)/SARAH
(EMMERSON)/JACOB/REBECCA/MARTHA/PETER/ANN/LYDIA (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 156-168 (1782)
            Little Creek

         "...495 Acres and 145 and one third Square perches of Land Marsh wood-land points and branch
Cripple..."

        "...brick mansion house and Kitchen together with 2 wooden Kitchens or Out houses..."

        "...Wooden Shop or Story House..."

        "...a double Stable or Log House as Also the Cart House between them..."

        "...a Log'd Smith's Shop..."

        "...a double fram dwelling House and a New Log'd Shop..."

        "...a double Log'd Stable..."

STOUT, EMMANUEL/PETER (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 228 (1786)                                           Little Creek

        "...a frame dwelling house 30 by 15 feet which we Order to have 36 panes of Glass put in, in Midling good
Repair, one barn a frame 18 by 16 feet in Ordinary repair..."

        £12 in gold and Silver per year

STOUT, PETER/THOMAS (K.C.O.CT._ G-p. 104 (1811)

         "...a frame dwelling house about 18 feet by 20 with an Oak roof, brick chimney, lower floor laid with pine
boards, and is also weatherboarded with pine, 2 doors and one window without Glass or Sashes, the whole except
the roof may be said to be in good repair..."

        $20.00 annuel Rent

STURGIS, STOCKLEY/STOCKLEY (K.C.O.CT._ D-p. 259 (1790)
       "...one dwelling house in but midling Order and repair, One loged Kitchen but indifferent, one Log'd barn
with Oak roof but indifferent, One granary in good Order, One old Corn crib in bad order..."

        £45 per year

SUTTON, EDWARD/MARY (MIDDLEBROOKS) (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 282 (1790)
         "...160 pannel of worm'd fence about 6 Rales to the panel...a Small Logged dwelling house about 16 by 18
feet a Tolerable brick Chimney with an oak Shingled Roof 2 plank flores laid Without nailing no breast Work
(...have the flores nailed and brest Work maid)...Tanyard on Said premises verry Small and bad repair having 8
odd form'd Vats, the Tops of Which is rotten The bark mill house is Green logs with board Roof The Barn Mill very
much out of Order (...the Mill house should be weather boarded)..."

        £6/10 per year

TAYLOR, BENJAMIN/ELIZABETH/WILLIAM/SARAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 170 (1804)                         Mispillion
         "...a frame dwelling house 2 stories high 20 feet long by 16 feet wide in very bad repair, also a log house
that is very old and in bad repair..."

         "...land near Dover...a frame House 18 feet by 20 hip roof and a small log Kitchen both old and in bad
repair this lott has been lately enclosed with posts and rails..."

        $75.00 annually

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TEAT, JAMES/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 20 (1808)

        "...a frame dwelling house thereon 20 be 16 feet single Story with a Cellar under it, and an adjoining room
12 by 14 feet (framed) all in tolerable repair...to build a Smoke house 10 by 12 feet framed with oak Shingled Roof,
and to pail of pailing, and inclose the Lot with posts and rails...Repair Cellar windows and put doors to a Cupboard
in the dwelling house..."

        $30.00 per year

THOMAS, BENJAMIN/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 202-203 (1805)

          "...under tolerable fense...one small loged dwelling house in tolerable repair, one old corn house worth but
Little...build a corn house with the logs and Clabboards already prepared and at the place..."

        $30.00 annuel Rent

TOMLIN, COVIL/JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 231 (1789)

        "...two Log'd dwelling houses...1 Small Log Smok house..."

        "...there should be built one frame house 20 feet long and 16 broad (two plank flours Brick Chimney and
Sipress Shingle Roof) and one log Corn house..."

        £20 per year

TOWNSEND, WILLIAM/MARY (ZEPORAH)/ELIAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 206 (1796)                          Duck Creek

        "...one Old Dwelling House about 24 feet square & one old logg'd House 12 feet by 10 & old Corn Cribb..."

        £16 per year

TOWNSEND, WILLIAM/SIPPORAH/ELIAS (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 183 (1804)                                Duck Creek

       "...under midling good fencing...one old dwelling house 20 by 24 feet, 2 old corn cribbs, an old Kitchen and
smoke house..."

        £20 per year

TRUAX, HENRY/HENRY (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 216-217 (1806)                                         Duck Creek

          "...one log dwelling House 25 by 18 feet in bad repair, which we order a new roof to be put on, and some
logs to be put in, a new lower floor, windows chimney and Stairs to be repaired, one log Kitchen and pantry about
28 by 18 feet in midling repair, one log Barn 20 by 18 feet in midling Repair, one log Corn Cribb 16 by 7 feet in bad
repair...to be repaired likewise..."

        £60 per annum

TURLEY, RICHARD/JERUSHA/RICHARD/JAMES (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 116 (1794)                           Murtherkill

        "...one Dwelling House which we order to have a new Roof of Ceder Shingles, and underpinn'd with brick
the Hearth new laid and back mended, and the windows glazed, we also find 2 old Corn Houses which we order to
have roofs and bottoms, one Stable to have one Round of new Logs and a clabboard Roof, one smoke House to
have one Round of new Logs, one barn and one granary both to be blocked up we also order a new Kitchen built
18 feet by 16 covered with Oak Shingles, and a chimney of brick..."

        £30 annual Rent



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Little Creek

        "...one Log dwelling house which we order to have the following Repairs to wit the back side and East end
weather boarded, one new back door, the windows glazed the Whole underpinn'd with Brick, we also find one
small stable and a small Hen house...build one new smoke House 10 feet square in a cheap manner..."

        £6 per year

TURNER, CHARLES/ELIAS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 60 (1809)                                             Mispillion

      "...one two Story framed house one half of it, and one Store house and 2 log Stables and Corn Crib and
one Smoke house...1500 pannels of fence...in midling repair..."

        $17.78 yearly Rent

TURNER, CHARLES/JEHU/CHARLES/TILGHMAN/ELIAS (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 3 (1807)                        Mispillion

      "...one two Story framed house one half of it and one Store house and 2 loged Stables and Corn Crib and
one Smoke house...one old Log dwelling...1500 pannels of fence...in midling..."

        $17.78 yearly Rent

UNDERWOOD, RICHARD/ABRAHAM/JOSHUA (K.C.O.CT.) B-p. 180 (1772)                                Mispillion

        "...one Small House on it and no more and the fence round the Same Very much out of Repair..."

       "...Other large old plantatin...in the Tenure of Richard Brincklee...One small Dwelling house one logg'd
Granery and Several Other Small out houses the fencing Round that Part in Tollarable Repair..."

        "...other part...one old House which is of But very little worth And the fence around it much out of Repair..."

        yearly value £11

VICKORY, THOMAS/EZEKIAH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 207 (1796)

        "...one logg'd House abt 20 feet - long, an Old Corn Cribb the fencing much out of Repair..."

        £5 per Annum

VICKORY, THOMAS/HEZEKIAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 224 (1805)

        "...the fences in bad repair..."

        "...one dwelling House 20 feet by 16 in midling good repair, one old House 18 and 16 feet, one old stable
in bad repair...to build a Corn Cribb and a Smoke House, and repair the Kitchen..."

        £22/10 per year


VIRDEN, ABSOLOM (K.C.O.CT) C-p. 142 (1781)

       "...128 Acres of land...a good dwelling House a new Kitchen a good barn 2 Corn Cribs a Smoak House a
Garden in midling good Repair as also The fencing..."

        £20 hard money per year




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VIRDEN, PETER/SAMUEL (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 170 (1804)

        "...a small dwelling house 16 by 18 feet in tolerable repair, an old logged Kitchen in bad repair, one old
Smoke house in bad Repair, to logged Corn Cribbs and Stable in good repair, a Carriage House in tolerable
Repair..."

        "...a common worm fence, on which is a dwelling house 16 by 18 feet in bad repair..."

        £65 annuel value

VIRDIN, SAMUEL/PETER (K.C.O.CT.) G-pp. 73-74 (1810)

         "...one dwelling house 16 by 18 feet one Story high - one loged kitchen, one smoke house, all in bad
repair - one Stable one Corn house one Carriage house all in midling repair - one new Corn house 8 by 16
feet...fence...in tolerable repair..."

        "...to build one dwelling house 16 by 18 feet one Story high one barn 20 by 28 feet - one smoke house 12
feet square, and to repair the old Corn house..."

Canterbury

        "...one dwelling house 16 by 18 feet one Story high in bad repair...under bad fence...repair the house and
put the Lot under sufficient fence..."

        $115.00 per year

        $13.33 per year

WAKEMAN, JAMES/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 73 (1810)

        "...a 2 Story framed house about 20 feet long and 16 feet wide, with a Shed room the whole length of said
house about 15 feet wide, also a framed Kitchen adjoining the same with a shed roof, all in tolerable good repair
excepting the roofs of the shed and Kitchen which are nearly rotten...put a new roof on the back part of the
dwelling house and Kitchen, likewise that the Cellar windows will want new frames...put and kept under a good
and sufficient post and rail fence..."

        $50.00 per year

WALKER, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-pp. 233-234 (1783)                                       Murtherkill

       "...130 Acres of Land...Chiefly Old Land worn much out of Repair with two Old Log Houses Not
Tenantable...not worth any thing Excepting the Nails...may be Taken to build for the use of the Plantation..."

        "...an old Log house..."

        £10 per year

WALKER, JOHN/JOHN/ALCEY/ANN/ELIZABETH/SUSANNAH (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 243 (1806) Mispillion

        "...one small loged dwelling house 16 by 14 in midling Repair, one Smoke house one Kitchen in midling
Repair one Milk house one Loged Stable in bad order, 2 Corn Cribbs in midling Order...1500 pannels of fence in
bad order..."

        "...shall repair the Stable..."

        £25 Annuel Rent



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WALLACE, WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 137 (1781)                                                   Murderkill

        "...114 Acres of which is Clared about 80 Acres The 2 Dwelling houses. Thereon must be new Silled and
one of Them must have new floors and one Brick Chimney Erected therin The Corn Crib must have a new Cover
and The Barn must be new Silled and Covered and a door made to it and we will That the fences be Repaired and
put in Good Order..."

         "...Value the whole in its present Curcomstances at the Rate of £20 Specie Yearly to be paid per annum
Either in Specie hard Money or Old Rates or Equivolent thereto in property..."

WALTON, GEORGE/WILLIAM (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 26 (1808)

        "...one dwelling House 40 feet by 18 with a Kitchen adjoining 20 feet by 18 in good repair one old Store
house out of repair 24 by 18 Two old stables in bad repair, one Carriage house and 2 Corn Cribbs in good repair
20 feet by 18, one milk house in good repair 12 feet by 10..."

        $140.00 per Annum

WARREN, JOHN/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 41 (1809)

         "...a frame dwelling house one story high, which will require new silling in a short time, a log stable in good
repair, a new Corn Crib (but a very indifferent one)..."

        $60.00 per year

         "...two Cabbins in so ruinous a State as not to be fit to be inhabited one small corn crib without cover or
roof, the fencing in good repair..."

        $13.33 per year

WHARTON, ISAIAH/GARRET (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 154 (1784)                                                     Dover

       "...under good fence One old loged Barn which we order to be repaired by having new Sills Sleepers and
a new Oak Shingled Roof..."

      "...one Grice Mill...a new Cedar Shingled Roof new weather boarding and new Sills to the Mill House, and
some small repairs to be done in the Brick Work, one new Cog-wheel, and a new boulting Chest..."

        £100 per year

WHITE, CHARLES/JOSEPH/ELIZABETH/WILLIAM/CHARLES (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 205 (1796)

        "...a Log Dwelling House, a log Kitchen in midling repair, a Corn Crib in midling Repair, and a small Smoke
house in bad repair, The fencing is in bad repair..."

        £18 yearly

WHITE, JAMES/ROBERT/RICHARD (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 109 (1792)                                        Mispillion

        "...one old House 16 feet square not fit to live in the fencing very old & out of repair..."

        £7/10 per year

         "...a dwelling House 24 feet by 16 feet in midling good repair, logged Kitchen 16 feet square (old) One
Granery 16 feet by 14 feet...a Grist Mill in midling repair, 1 ( ) Stones a Country boulting cloth a new Mill House 20
feet by 18 a set of waste gates and a very ordinary Dam..."

        £35 per year
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WHITE, WILLIAM/JOHN/WILLIAM/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-pp. 278-279 (1804)                           Murderkill

         "...an old dwelling framed house much out of Repair 26 by 16 two rooms on a floor one Story high, an old
kitchen in bad repair, an old Sider house much out of Repair, an old milk house the same, a Loged Smoke house
a Loged Stable, an old Loged Barn nearly down, one good Loged Corn Cribb, one old ditto..."

        "...fences in very indifferent Order..."

        £45 annually

        "...an old dwelling house two Story 26 by 18 one old loged meat house, ditto Stable and Corn house all in
very bad repair, one old loged Barn in bad repair..."

        £25 Specie per Annum

WHITELY, ARTHUR/ALEXANDER (K.C.O.CT.) G-p. 86 (1811)

       "...a frame dwelling house, 24 by 18 feet in tolerable good repair, an old Kitchen 20 by 18 feet in tolerable
good repair, one old corn house and one old Smoke house in bad repair, an old out house not worth repair, one
new Barn 30 by 20 feet...5000 pannels of fence in tolerable good repair..."

        "...to build a Stable, and repair the Kitchen & other out houses if necessary..."

WILCUTS, CALEB AND NANCY/GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 36 (1801)                                  Mispillion

         "...one dwelling house 16 by 18 feet in midling repair with an addition to the end 16 feet Square in good
repair one granary 12 by 14 feet in Midling repair two old Corn cribs and one old Smoke house in bad
repair...about 1800 pannels of worm fence in Midling repair..."

        £20 annual rent

WILSON, GEORGE/PHILIP/GEORGE (K.C.O.CT.) D-p. 262 (1790)                                    Murderkiln

        £30 per annum

       "...a Midling good framed dwelling house with 3 Rooms below Stairs...a barn very much out of Repair that
Wants Weather boarding and Silling if found requisit when Stript..."

WILSON, SAMUEL/GUSTAVUS/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) D-pp. 231-232 (1789)                                Duck Creek

       "...one Round log dwelling House 20 by 18 feet with a brick chimney and the flower laid with pine boards
on Corn crib 18 by 7 feet round logs..."

        £8 per year

WOOD, JOHN (K.C.O.CT.) C-p. 104-105 (1779)                                          Mispillion

        "...120 acres about 75 thereof to be Cleared..."

       "...One Dwelling House made of Loggs with a Brick Chimney therein and that said house will need to have
a New Roof & (H..der) Loggs, as Repairs thereto, we also find on said Land a Logg Kitchen with a good Chimney
a Logg Barn Smoke House and Corn Crib..."

        £100 per year




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WOOD, JOHN/ANN (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 87 (1803)                                                   Mispillion

         "...a frame dwelling house about 18 feet by 20 in size which we direct to have the following Repair--to wit 7
windows to have Sashes put in them and to be Glazed - trimmer and new hearth to be put in the fire place the
Room up Stairs to be laithed and plastered, and the House to be underpinned with Bricks - also a Kitchen we
order to be covered with Oak Shingles - also a Smoke House and corn crib...to be repaired - and the Mill house to
be Covered - also a Stable...to be covered with oak board..."

        £25 Annuel Sum

WRENCH, HENRY/JACOB/SALLY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 33 (1801)                                                         Dover

        £18 per year

        "...Two rooms of the dwelling house to be finished one below and one above and one below the other part
of the house to be inclosed only and to have window Shutters below and the upper windows to be closed with
board Nailed up a Smoke house 12 feet Square to be built..."

YOUNG, DAVID/WILLIAM/MARY/ELIZABETH (K.C.O.CT.) E-p. 227 (1796)                                     Mispillion

       "...one dwelling house of loggs 16 by 20 feet in midlin repair, one cook house of logs 16 feet square, one
Granery 12 by 16 feet in good repair, one small corn house, one old Smith's Shop, one milk house 12 by ( ) feet in
good repair..."

        "...one old dwelling house 20 by 16 feet, one Kitchen 16 by 10 feet..."

        "...small log'd house..."

        "...2000 pannels of worm fence..."

        £27 annual Rent

YOUNG, PRESTON/MARY (K.C.O.CT.) F-p. 186 (1805)

         "...under good fence...a frame dwelling house, old Smoke house, an old loged Barn, 2 Corn Houses, and
an old loged tennement...the dwelling House we permit to be Repaired, by weatherboarding the walls and
repairing the window Shutters..."

        $70.00 per year




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